New computing school to open in Swansea

The University of Wales Trinity St David’s computing and engineering faculty is to move to Swansea Waterfront as part of a £350 million redevelopment project. Specialist equipment from the school has begun its journey to the university’s new SA1 campus. It’ll also be home to the Institute of Education and Construction Wales Innovation Centre (CWIC)....

Talkative secures investment to launch ambitious growth plans

Talkative, a communications technology company based in Newport, has secured an undisclosed amount of investment to expand across the globe. This is the company’s second funding round. It was supported by Wesley Clover, the Development Bank of Wales, angel investors and the founding executive team. The firm will use the recently acquired funds to expand its range...

Welsh Government to preserve its digital history

The Welsh Government has kickstarted an initiative to preserve its digital history, social media accounts and website content for generations to come. It’s awarded a three-year contract to Manchester-based technology company MirrorWeb to create an online archive of key government accounts and websites. Over the coming months, the cloud-native web and social media archiving firm...

Caerphilly tech firm celebrates fifteen years in business

Team Metalogic, an IT firm based in Caerphilly, is celebrating fifteen years in business and looking to triple the size of its operations over the coming years. Mike Parfitt launched the business in 2003 after developing a career in the technology sector and fixing computers in his spare time for family and friends. The firm...

Interview: Gareth Thomas, founder of Clarified

Tech Dragons recently caught up with Gareth Thomas, a technology entrepreneur, marketing specialist and foster carer based in Cardiff. He speaks to us about his businesses and life. Who are you, and what do you do? GT: I run digital marketing agency Clarified and also co-founded holiday rental website Reserve Apartments. Alongside my business ventures,...

£33 million fund announced for Welsh life sciences industry

A new £33 million fund has been unveiled by the Welsh Government to develop new healthcare products and services that can boost the economy and create high-quality jobs. Over the next three years, the European Regional Development Fund and Welsh Government will plough £24 million into the Welsh Health Innovation and Technology Accelerator. This will bring together...

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