Cardiff’s booming sector has been identified by Tech Nation as one of the UKs 13 fast growing tech clusters. With well over 20,000 people employed in the digital sector. The Welsh capital is innovating well beyond software and hardware companies, of which there are lots, but in a range of tech sectors including fintech, cleantech and advanced manufacturing.Find Job in Cardiff
The Numbers in Wales
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George WindsorHead of Insights - Tech Nation
With multi-million-pound investments in the region’s brightest start-ups and demand for digital tech roles burgeoning, the Welsh capital has established itself as a digital force to be reckoned with.
Companies from Cardiff
It says a lot about the region that digital banks Monzo and Starling Bank have opened offices in Cardiff, both hoping to tap into the regions talent. The city is however producing many homegrown tech companies and companies to look out or include Amplyfi, Big Lemon, Clayton Power, Concentric Health, Cufflink, MyPinPad, HateLab, Intelligent Ultrasound, Kaydiar and Lower My Charges.
- SamePage Group acquired by Vision Blue
- Innovantage acquired by Symphony Technology Group
- Deeplake Digital acquired by Castleton Technology
- Prodigi acquires Kite
Ecosystem Builders in Cardiff
- Development Bank of Wales
- Cardiff Capital Region
- Business Growth Fund
- Wales StartUp Awards
- Emerging Tech Fest
- Wales Festival of innovation