News, knowledge and insight from the technology sector in Wales
Join our partners in supporting Wales Tech Week!
Today we’re proud to announce some of the organisations supporting and exhibiting at Wales Tech Week 2021, along with sharing how you can get involved at this years’ week-long celebration of Welsh technology.
First Headline Speaker Announced
We’re excited to announce Ciaran Martin CB, founder of GCHQ’s National Cyber Security Centre and NATO advisor joins Wales Tech Week 2021, as the keynote speaker for our Cyber day, taking place on the 24th June 2021.
Project to decarbonise industry in South Wales receives funding
The South Wales Industrial Cluster (SWIC) deployment project, led by Costain, has been granted phase two funding of nearly £20m following successful completion of Phase One assessments looking at decarbonisation schemes and the infrastructure required for a hydrogen economy in South Wales.
Trade Street Desks
Trade Street Desks is a coworking hub that evolved from the Indycube network of spaces. Providing office and desk space for a number of companies and freelancers, we provide the tools needed for productivity and networking when not working from home or a larger office space
Member Spotlight: Philtronics
Philtronics is a Contract Electronic Manufacturer (CEM) offering outsource Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) to customers demanding fast turnaround with a high level of product reliability. Founded 17 years ago and operating from its 20,000 sq ft facilities, the Company located near Aberdare is ambitious and growth driven.
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.
Technology Connected and Business News Wales launch Cyber Spotlight
After nearly 20 years of representing and championing Wales’ technology industry, the organisation has announced it will adopt a new identity of Technology Connected, along with several new, high profile additions to strengthen its board.