Interview: Evan Davies from the Booking Factory

We speak to Evan Davies, the founder of the Booking Factory, about how he came up with his start-up, what he’s had to do to get it up and running and how it benefits his customers, among other things. The Booking Factory, founded in 2014, is a hotel booking platform aimed at making things easier...

Interview: Startup Wales organiser Rich Woolley

In light of the launch of Startup Wales – a competition for Welsh start-ups due to take place in Cardiff this October – we speak to its founder and lead organiser, Rich Woolley. TD: Can you tell us a little more about yourself and Startup Wales, please? RW: I’m the founder of an app called...

Interview: Neil Cocker on creative communities

Wales’s flourishing and growing tech industry is being aided by creative communities that are bringing people together and contributing to economic prosperity. Cardiff Start, which was founded by entrepreneur Neil Cocker in 2012, is one of the country’s largest creative communities – with over 2,000 followers on Twitter and 1,000 members on Facebook. It’s rock-solid track...

Interview: Jeni Scott on digital literacy

There’s a major focus on developing people’s digital literacy as the world becomes more interconnected and tech-dominated. The Welsh Government has already made it an Essential Skill and recently announced plans to add digital competence to the curriculum. We speak to Jeni Scott, one of the country’s first qualified digital literacy specialists, about digital literacy...

Interview: Miranda Bishop on women in tech

There’s a major problem in the tech industry: a lack of female employees. According to E-Skills, women made up just 16% of the UK’s technology workforce in 2013. This is between 26 – 30% in the United States, proving how much of an epidemic this really is. Miranda Bishop, a 26-year-old digital marketer, is so...

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