Cardiff-born tech entrepreneur to feature on new crowdfunding TV show

Cardiff-born tech entrepreneur Rich Woolley is to appear on the next episode of Money Pit, which will air on Dave this Thursday at 7.30pm. The show, which is hosted by comedian Jason Manford, sees members of the public risk their money by investing in the ideas of bright entrepreneurs. Up to £20,000 can be invested...

Welsh fintech entrepreneur launches tool to tackle child cyberbullying

Welsh entrepreneur James Blake has launched a new monitoring tool that reveals who children talk to online in a bid to tackle cyberbullying. OnlineThem is aimed at helping parents find out if their children are being bullied online, coinciding with Anti-Bullying Month. Parents using the tool subscribe to a monthly report and access a dashboard...

Interview: Warren Fauvel, CEO of Nudjed

Tech Dragons talks to Warren Fauvel, the co-founder and CEO of Nudjed, a healthtech start-up based in Cardiff. He’s also a Cardiff Start board member. TD: Can you tell us a bit more about yourself and your business, please? WF: I’m Warren Fauvel, CEO of Nudjed. We help organisations like the NHS, GE and GoCompare...

North Wales company teams up with Land Rover to create see-through trailer concept

A North Wales-based company is working with Land Rover on a see-through trailer concept that would remove the blind spot created when towing a caravan or trailer. Williams Trailers, which is Europe’s biggest trailer retailer, has been providing trailers to the car maker for testing purposes. According to Land Rover, the transparent view provides drivers with...

I-Calendars – Hi tech solution or a cloudy issue?

A popular Christmas gift, calendars and wall planners have long been the stalwarts of the office. Indeed, calendars carved onto bone are some of the earliest human relics. Every winter sees a whole new series available for the coming year, featuring every conceivable image, brand, band or lifestyle, free ones, paid ones, designer ones, cutesy...

BT helps young people get work ready with traineeship programme

Julie James, the Welsh Government’s deputy minister for skills, has visited BT’s Stadium House offices in Cardiff to meet youngsters participating on its traineeship programme. The course, which lasts for seven weeks, gives young people aged between 16-17 the opportunity to develop key employment skills – from time-keeping and work ethic to specialist classes in...

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