Tech start-up founder donates legendary rugby kit to high school

Former Welsh rugby international and now tech entrepreneur Gemma Hallet has donated the legendary Welsh Colleges Girls Ruby Kit to Hawthorn High School. Having won 35 rugby caps for Wales and spent five years coaching the Welsh Colleges Girls rugby team, Gemma recently backed the Pontypridd-based school by giving them the kit. Gemma is the...

Media tech firm expands its Cardiff HQ

Technology firm Sorenson Media has expanded its UK headquarters, based in Cardiff, to keep pace with new hires and continued business growth. The company has taken occupancy of additional office space next door to its existing facilities in Cathedral Road, Cardiff. It said the move will help support its expanding team. Established in Salt Lake...

Welsh electronics firm looks forward to continued growth

Kontroltek, an electronic repairs company headquartered in Bridgend, is celebrating record turnover as it’s about to mount a new expansion campaign. Founded by Andrew Follant, the company first started trading in January 2012 and has not stopped growing since. In the last financial year, turnover surpassed £3.1 million. The tech firm is now eyeing up revenues of...

Digital Festival set to return in May

The Digital Festival, which is Wales’s annual technology and innovation conference, will take place in Cardiff’s iconic Millenium Centre on May 21nd. Set to attract more than two-thousand delegates, the event will be an opportunity for businesses and entrepreneurs to learn about the latest technology trends. The speaker line-up includes former Wired UK editor-in-chief David...

Tech advisory firm appoints new manager

HSJ Strato, a tech advisory company, has appointed experienced accountant Jamie Eddy as its new manager to accelerate the growth of its cloud offering. Just over 10 months ago, the Newport-based company spun out of HSJ Accountants to bring cloud software products from across the globe to Welsh businesses. Leanne Owen, partner at HSJ Strato,...

Welsh tech entrepreneur scales three peaks to save local school

Technology entrepreneur Brian Stokes and professional boxer Geraint Goodridge recently completed the Three Welsh Peaks Challenge to save a local school. Brian, founder and managing director of tech support firm ITCS, decided to team up with the sports star when he heard that his local school was going through financial struggles. Having been long-term friends, Brian...

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