Fingerprint tech firm raises £2 million

Fingerprint technology firm Touch Biometrix has raised £2 million of investment to accelerate its global expansion plans and commercialise its designs. The North Wales-based firm secured the funding through the Deepbridge Technology Growth Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and comes a year after it raised £150,000. It’s currently developing a new range of fingerprint sensors for use...

Founder Tales: Aimee Bateman, CEO of Careercake.com

Over the past few years, Careercake.com has emerged as the go-to platform for people looking to land their dream job or get to the next stage of their career. Founded by former recruitment professional Aimee Bateman in 2010, the video content platform is viewed by more than 43 countries and is backed by the likes...

Interview: Lawrence Jones, CEO of UKFast

In our latest interview, we spoke to Denbigh-born tech entrepreneur Lawrence Jones. He’s the CEO and founder of UKFast, a cloud infrastructure firm that works with a range of global brands and public sector organisations. Lawrence reflects on his entrepreneurial journey and the things he has learnt over the decades, while giving some great advice...

Interview: Craig Barnett, managing director of CulturVate

Tech Dragons recently caught up with Craig Barnett, managing director of Newport-based team management platform CulturVate. He talks more about the product, his start-up journey and future plans. TD: Who are you, and what do you do? CB: We are a corporate services company. Our mission is to help companies create a culture where innovation...

Interview: Joe Charman, founder of Pilot Plus

Joe Charman is a 20-year-old business student from Swansea University and has developed a flight simulation software business that caters to over 3000 customers. He launched Pilot Plus when he was just 16 and now leads a team of three employees. His business creates 3D representations of real-world airports. We recently caught up with Joe. He...

Interview: Alan Dix, director of Swansea University Computational Foundry

From reaching new highs in the rankings to the opening of Bay Campus, Swansea University is going through something of a golden age. But things are only just getting started for the university. The Computational Foundry will see it become a world-leading centre of technology research and development. Tech Dragons recently caught up with Alan...

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