ESTnet and Tech Dragons join forces
The ESTnet has announced an official media partnership with Wales’ leading technology media outlet, Tech Dragons.
The partnership will see the network for the Welsh technology sector (the ESTnet) collaborate with online tech title, Tech Dragons, to further ensure that the successes of the Welsh tech industry reach new audiences across the UK and beyond.
Commenting on the partnership, ESTnet managing director, Avril Lewis, said: “It is a pleasure to officially announce our collaboration with Tech Dragons, and our shared goal to promote the outstanding successes of our members and the wider Welsh technology industry.
“The importance of the Welsh tech sector cannot be overstated. As the network for Wales’ technology industry, we understand that the innovations created here are far-reaching and pervasive.
“The products designed, developed, and integrated by our members underpin all sectors and touch upon limitless international markets. Our new working relationship with Tech Dragons will provide us with greater opportunities to share these successes with new audiences across the UK.”
First launched in 2015, Tech Dragons has grown to become a leading resource for technology news, features and events.
Nicholas Fearn, founder and editor of Tech Dragons, said: “Wales has always been a pioneering force of innovation, and while old industries such as steel and coal may be in demise, Welsh technology is leading the way.
“The industry is being led by ambitious entrepreneurs and technologists who are looking to put Wales on the world map through technology. Two years ago, I launched Tech Dragons to give the sector a voice and to make its achievements known to the world. I am confident that I have achieved that.
“By partnering with ESTnet, I hope to continue this important work and reach out to even more technology entrepreneurs and company across the country. Both of our organisations have similar goals, and I believe that we can achieve so much more by working together to support this amazing industry.”