Interview: Paul Shepherd, MD of Coup Media and Online Influence

As a Welsh techie, you’ve no doubt heard of Oi Conference. It’s one of the fastest growing technology events in the UK and Europe, and it’s set to make a return next month. The conference is the brainchild of Newport-based tech entrepreneur Paul Shepherd, who’s grown it from a small gathering for social media professionals...

Interview: Jack Jenkins, CEO of University Cribs

University Cribs is a Cardiff-based tech start-up on a mission to make finding accommodation easier for students. We speak to Jack Jenkins, the company’s CEO, about what the company is all about and its plans for the future. TD: Who are you and what does your company do? JJ: University Cribs is a student property...

Interview: Chris Ganje, CEO of Amplyfi

There are a ton of exciting technologies beginning to flourish, such as the Internet of Things and virtual reality. But we’ve also heard a lot about artificial intelligence in recent years. AI personal assistants such as Siri, Cortana and Amazon Echo have already taken over the industry, although this technology is capable of much more....

Interview: Ben Tossell, community lead of Product Hunt

As a keen techie, you’ve no doubt come across Product Hunt. It’s a website where you can discover the latest technology products, mobile apps and websites. The San Francisco-based company has a large online following, and last month, it was acquired by start-up and investment website AngelList for $20 million. Ben Tossell, a tech professional...

Interview: Ben Joakim, CEO of Disberse

In the latest Tech Dragons interview, we speak to Ben Joakim, the co-founder and CEO of Cardiff-based fintech start-up Disberse. The company has developed a fund management for global development organisations, based on Bitcoin technology. TD: What’s your company, and what does it do? BJ: If you have ever donated to a humanitarian cause, you...

Interview: Dr Ian Barwick, COO of Life Sciences Hub Wales

The life sciences industry – which is concerned with the study of living organisms – is highly lucrative and worth billions right around the world. Life Sciences Hub Wales, which launched in 2014, wants to bring the potential offered by this market to Wales. In fact, the organisation wants to grow a Welsh life sciences...

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