Infuse – Innovative Future Services is a £5.6 million programme to support local authorities in the Cardiff Capital Region to access new skills, methods and tools that improve their capacity and capability to innovate.
When Nigel Griffiths took the Chair of the CCR Business Council in November, he wasted no time in setting out his stall on what he wanted the Council to become – and achieve.
Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) has announced its first Innovation Challenge Fund, open to any business able to demonstrate rapid simulation technology solutions for healthcare training.
The Cardiff Capital Region Business Council has created a new Board, appointing a team of visionary business leaders from across the region, each bringing fresh acumen, energy and passion to help direct, inform and shape the future of business in South East Wales.
As our series on the CCR fintech cluster comes to a close, we feature the inspirational story of a fresh start-up that’s due to launch this September – powered by a pioneering vision to democratise and make more accessible wealth creation, through novel financial technology.
When the Coincover founders were tasked with investigating the future of money at The Royal Mint, they became completely immersed in the world of cryptocurrency.
With CCR’s Investment Prospectus “Prosperity For Our Place” prepared for presentation to the UK and Welsh Governments, we thought it timely to explore how the CCR Economic Growth Partnership (REGP) is evolving to meet the needs of a regional structure.
Over the past five years, Delio has grown to become one of the ‘hottest’ names on the Welsh fintech scene - establishing an international client base of more than 90 organisations, helping financial firms across the world to transform their private markets propositions, through configurable technology that enables customer organisations to make alternative investments more accessible and transparent for today’s investors.