Student property rental platform appoints new chairman

Proptech firm University Cribs has appointed seasoned entrepreneur David Murray-Hundley as its new chairman ahead of a second seed funding round. With extensive scale-up experience, Murray-Hundley will help accelerate the growth of the Cardiff-based online student property rental platform. He’s worked with the likes of Borrow My Doggy, E Fundamentals, Crowdstacker and My Training Passport....

Digital Festival set to return in May

The Digital Festival, which is Wales’s annual technology and innovation conference, will take place in Cardiff’s iconic Millenium Centre on May 21nd. Set to attract more than two-thousand delegates, the event will be an opportunity for businesses and entrepreneurs to learn about the latest technology trends. The speaker line-up includes former Wired UK editor-in-chief David...

Dutch fintech firm to create 50 new jobs in Cardiff

Dutch fintech company Backbase is planning to create more than 50 jobs in Cardiff after receiving investment from the Welsh Government. Speaking last week, Economy Secretary Ken Skates explained that the company is expanding its research and development facility in the Welsh capital. It already has offices in Europe, the US and Asia. The company develops...

Former BBC art director joins Welsh tech marketing firm

Cohesive, a technology marketing agency based in Chepstow, has appointed former BBC art director Natalie Connell as its first ever visual storyteller. In her new role, she’ll expand Cohesive’s services to technology companies around the country and help develop the firm’s new branding. It’s set to roll out soon. Previously, Connell spent five years working...

Welsh charity adopts mobile tech to increase impact

Blind Veterans UK, which is a charity based in Llandudno, has adopted a string of mobile technologies to grow its capacity and reach more people. The charity, which provides support to armed forces veterans living with sight problems, has invested in new technology from Totalmobile to expand its important work. It’s rolled out mobile solutions...

Proptech firm mounts ambitious growth campaign

Cardiff-based technology firm University Cribs is developing a new virtual reality service to help students view accommodation before signing rental agreements. The company confirmed that the new feature, which is called Cribs VR, will roll out to users through an update within the next few weeks. It’ll be offered as an option from the UC website....

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