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Wales is home to a flourishing technology ecosystem.


The nation’s tech sector is worth an estimated £8.2bn to the Welsh economy and it continues to grow. Almost 44,000 people are actively employed within the Digital Economy in Wales with main hubs focused around Cardiff and Newport in the south, Swansea in the west and Wrexham in the north. Our thriving tech ecosystem with its growing supply chain combined with our entrepreneurial universities provides a firm foundation for fintech to thrive. A vibrant innovation community allows start-ups, investors and large corporations to meet and share ideas.

Case Studies

Starling Bank

Starling Bank flying high

Since it took flight in 2014, Starling Bank has caused quite a murmuration in the banking community. Now the UK’s fastest-growing bank is tapping into the talent of Wales’s Fintech sector.


QuoteOnSite making document processes stress-free for time-pressed SMEs

Digitisation is no longer a business luxury, but an absolute necessity for survival and flourishing in the current climate, says QuoteOnSite’s TJ Amas. The company’s innovative new SaaS solution is making document processes simpler, more efficient and stress-free for time-pressed SMEs.


Yoello Going Global

Yoello is going global, but its heart remains in Cardiff. Sina Yamani, the company’s founder and CEO, looks forward to a bright future as the world opens up for business again.

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Bipsync Global and Local

Craig Marvelly, Head of Platform and Chief Compliance Officer at Bipsync, explains why locating the company’s product team in the Welsh capital is all about the upside.


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