Brought to you by Technology Connected, the first-ever Wales Tech Week will take place between the 13th and 17th July 2020.
We are delighted to announce that the first-ever Wales Tech Week will be officially opened by Lee Waters MS, Deputy Minister for the Economy and Transport.
Technology, now more than ever is transforming the way we work and the way we live. Wales has a vibrant technology industry enabling all other sectors and markets. From global technology leaders to our clever start-up scene, Wales Tech Week will shine a light on the achievements and innovation of the people and organisations within Wales.
Technology Connected is building a better future for the technology industry in Wales through unifying, championing and promoting the impact of Welsh technology across the world.
We are the voice and heart of Wales' vibrant technology industry, working alongside the sector for more than two decades to create initiatives, events and opportunities for technology businesses to grow, prosper and work together.
Technology Connected is the most established and diverse network of technology and supporting organisations in Wales and we'll be kicking off Wales Tech Week 2020 with an introduction to the weeks agenda, an introduction to our event partners, event hosts as well as meeting the Technology Connected board members.
Joining us to kick off Wales Tech Week will be members of the Technology Connected board, along with representatives from our Wales Tech Week Founding Partners.
TO SEE THE FULL WEEKS AGENDA AND REGISTER FOR OTHER WALES TECH WEEK EVENTS, CLICK HERE
Managing Director of Technology Connected
Deputy Minister for Economy & Transport at Welsh Government
Partner & Patent Attorney at Wynne Jones
Wales Technology Seed Fund Manager at Development Bank of Wales