Veeqo raises £200,000 and announces global growth plan

Swansea-based tech firm Veeqo, which creates software for online sellers, has raised £200,000 in a recent crowdfunding campaign to accelerate growth. The Welsh e-commerce software firm took to crowdfunding website Seedrs for its ninth funding campaign and quickly raised £200,000 with the backing of nearly 75 investors. Over the past year, the company has achieved...

How automation is the latest wave to carry Welsh businesses

Leanne Owen, partner at tech consultancy HSJ Strato, discusses automation and how technology can be used to shape the way we do business. In tech, automation is a term often bandied about. To clarify, automation is the process of using self-sustaining software to automatically complete tasks with a little-to-no requirement for human interaction or involvement....

Wales gets its first network of cosmic ray detectors

Scientists have installed a network of technologies to detect showers of high-energy particles raining down on Earth for the very first time in South Wales. These particles, which are called cosmic rays, travel at nearly the speed of sound and originate from black holes and exploding stars. They’ve been around since the solar system formed....

Welsh technology conference to attract world-leading innovators

Next year, tech experts, entrepreneurs and academics from all across the world will come together in the Welsh capital to explore collaborative opportunities in the technology industry. CoInnovate 2018 will bring together engineering and technical minds from across academic institutions, corporates and start-ups to explore some of the most exciting tech trends.  The event, which is...

Welsh manufacturers need to invest in IoT, says report

Welsh manufacturers must invest in smart technologies and solutions if they’re to accelerate growth and seek new opportunities, a study has found. According to new research from Barclays Corporate Banking, 78 per cent of manufacturers in Wales are confident that Britain can compete in the international marketplace. And this comes down to faith in the latest...

From unemployment to cracking the code to digital excellence

Years after leaving college, 23-three-year old Ryan Jones was unemployed and confused about what he wanted to do in life. But that was before he joined the Codez Academy. Originally from Cardiff, he spent more than two years filling out job applications and attending job interviews. However, he failed to get noticed and always faced negative...

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