It’s time to cast your vote for Wales’ most innovative tech company in BusinessCloud’s Wales Tech 50.
You – our readers – alongside our panel of expert judges will together determine the 50 Welsh firms who are creating the most innovative new tech to solve all kinds of challenges.
We have assembled a panel of judges who will each choose their top 15 companies. They are:
- Gino Brancazio, entrepreneur engagement manager (Wales), Tech Nation
- Caroline Thompson, Head of Partnerships, The Alacrity Foundation
- Tom Fox, tech growth lead, KPMG
- Jonathan Symcox, editor, BusinessCloud
Voting is open now and will run for the next two weeks, closing on Sunday 29th March at 11pm.
The final Wales Tech 50 rankings, to be determined by a combination of reader votes and the independent judging panel, will be published on Monday 13th April.
We have included the names of the companies, where they are based and a short description of what they do.
Businesses must be harnessing tech in a disruptive way and be able to demonstrate that. They may also have evidence of:
- high/fast-growing turnover
- workforce growth
- investment/high-profile backers
They are all tech-first organisations.
We have not included large companies in other sectors with internal R&D departments, eCommerce retailers or technology infrastructure businesses such as telecoms. Agencies must be developing bespoke innovative solutions using the latest technologies.