News, knowledge and insight from the technology sector in Wales
Member Spotlight: Nightingale HQ
Nightingale HQ is an online platform that supports businesses in overcoming the core blockers to successful AI adoption, they include strategic alignment, internal skills gaps, and execution of projects including the critical data infrastructure that underpins successful AI implementations.
Introducing BT’s new Small Business Support Scheme
Today BT is announcing its largest ever commitment to Britain’s 5.8 million small businesses, including the 265,000 in Wales, and we’d like you to help us make businesses aware.
Welsh Tech Leaders Predict Post COVID Opportunities for Wales
“We are now working very effectively remotely…I think there’s a chance for Wales to grab some of that opportunity from London”. That was the view of Starling Bank founder and CEO Anne Boden MBE during our Learnings from Leaders: Forging our Tech Future virtual event
Town Digital transformation ‘key’ to post-coronavirus recovery
Champion High Street says town digital transformation ‘key’ to post-coronavirus recovery. Creating thriving digital high streets and towns is “key to driving Wales’s economic recovery after coronavirus”, Adrian Emmett chair of the Treorchy Chamber of Trade has said.
Launch of £1 Billion Automotive Transformation Fund
Delivered as a collaboration between APC, Innovate UK, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and the Department for International Trade, this new programme sets out to put the UK at the centre of the global transition to zero emissions.
From polar bears to space: Wales to launch first-ever Wales Tech Week
Virtual events across Fintech, Blockchain, Cyber, Data, MedTech, AI, Investment, Creative and more announced. Wales will play host to its first national tech week next week with a free virtual festival running across 13th-17th July.
Manufacturing beyond Coronavirus
The Covid-19 pandemic has had an immense global impact and has changed the landscape of manufacturing as we know it over-night. Here at Sony UK Technology Centre, we have had to adapt our way of working substantially, but we have endeavored to continue supporting key sectors across the globe and make a positive contribution to the fight against the virus.
Keynote speaker revealed for first-ever Wales Tech Week
Today, Wales Tech Week has announced Lee Waters MS, the Welsh Deputy Minister for the Economy and Transport as its keynote speaker. The Deputy Minister will join Avril Lewis MBE in the festivals opening event, available to stream globally live on Monday 13th July at 9:15 GMT.