Veeqo raises £500,000 to accelerate business growth

Swansea-based tech firm Veeqo, which creates software for online sellers, has received £500,000 in government funding to accelerate business growth. Thanks to Welsh Government funding, the company has been able to secure three new high-profile hires from the likes of billion-dollar tech companies and as far away as New York, London and Berlin. The news...

Credas adds new faces to senior team

Credas, a Cardiff-based start-up that creates ID authentication technology, has made a string of notable appointments in a bid to strengthen its senior team. Launched in May, the company is the brainchild of former GoCompare executive Rhys David. He has more than 15 years’ experience working in technology and innovation. Since launching, the company has...

New ESTnet board to further the Welsh tech industry’s future

ESTnet, the official technology network for Wales, has appointed several new board members in a bid to accelerate growth in the country’s constantly evolving tech ecosystem. Christian Coates, managing director of software house and technology consultancy Method4 Ltd, will join IQE corporate systems manager Chris Meadows as co-chair of the ESTnet. Speaking on his appointment,...

Interview: Emma Smith, CEO of Memberoo

Memberoo is bringing a new kind of loyalty to Cardiff, rewarding consumers for their continued engagement with their favourite city hangouts and services. Launched in June, it’s a loyalty and marketing platform that helps to drive customer engagement in small to mediums sized businesses. We recently caught up with company CEO Emma Smith. TD: How does...

Cisco and the University of South Wales partner to develop cyber security talent

American tech giant Cisco has teamed up with the University of South Wales and Welsh Government to help develop the next generation of cyber security professionals. The company is to work with the Newport-based National Cyber Security Academy, which was launched in 2016 to contribute towards closing the cyber security skills gap. With a staggering...

Cardiff-based proptech firm raises £450,000 investment

University Cribs, an online platform for student property rental, has announced it’s just completed a seed funding round totalling £450,000. It’s created a search engine that simplifies the way university students find and secure affordable housing. Letting agents and accommodation providers can use it to market their properties too. At the Digital Festival, the Cardiff-based...

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