Interview: Matt Warren, CEO of Veeqo

Globally, ecommerce is worth trillions, and Swansea-based Veeqo is one of the tech start-ups revolutionising the industry. It’s a platform that helps online retailers increase their sales. Serial entrepreneur Matt Warren set up the business in 2013 after struggling with the pains of running an internet retail store. He speaks to Tech Dragons about his...

Semiconductor firm to sell its Newport site

German semiconductor firm Infineon Technologies AG has signed an agreement with a private company trading under the name Neptune 6 Ltd to sell its Newport site. The company is selling IR Newport Ltd, its subsidiary manufacturing site, at an undisclosed price. Both parties concluded the deal at the end of September. Infineon and Neptune 6...

Swansea shopping app shortlisted for national award

Swansea BID’s Big Heart of Swansea app, which provides shoppers with exclusive deals throughout the city, has been shortlisted for a coveted British Bids award. The organisation highlights some of the most inventive and valuable work being done in commercial communities across the UK. Swansea BID’s app has been shortlisted for its innovation. Shoppers have...

Guest blog: The rise of restaurant tech

Restaurants are all about the experience – the staff, the venue and ultimately, the culinary skills.  However, in recent years we have seen an increased use of technology within the restaurant sector to improve experiences, accessibility, grow and retain customer bases and ultimately boost bottom lines. E mma Smith, CEO of loyalty app, Memberoo explains what is currently happening in the...

Pioneering digital platform set to bring education and business together

Edtech start-up Simply Do Ideas has teamed up with the University of South Wales to launch a platform that lets universities and businesses collaborate on business solutions. The first-of-its-kind digital platform, named Simply Link, will transform the way commercial organisations and universities work together. It’ll allow  SMEs, third sector organisations and charities to ask for assistance from students....

Interview: Rhys David, CEO of Credas

Based in Cardiff, Credas is one of the rising stars of Welsh technology. It’s using real-time facial recognition technology to help companies speed up and simplify the process of ID verification. The company is the brainchild of former GoCompare executive Rhys David, who has more than 15 years’ experience working in technology and innovation. We recently...

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