The Emerging Tech Fest, presented by the ESTnet, CEMET, Innovate UK & KTN is just around the corner. Bringing together the best in new, enabling technologies like Data and Cyber with traditionally strong industries in north Wales including Energy, Healthcare and Manufacturing, the event is set to be an unmissable start to 2020.
A duo of partners has been announced, with excellent reputations in North Wales.
Firstly there is M-SParc as Associate Partner to the Emerging Tech Fest. Part-funded by the European Development Fund and Welsh Government, M-SParc is a modern, state-of-the-art business facility located on Anglesey. With capacity for firms ranging from start-ups to large corporates, along with outstanding facilities and transport connections, M-SParc is playing a key role in unlocking the tremendous economic potential in North Wales.
Joining M-SParc will be the Wales Technology Award-winning Glyndŵr Innovations, the commercial arm of Wrexham Glyndŵr University. Glyndŵr Innovations is a leading provider of innovative product development engineering and technology consulting, based at the OpTIC Centre in St Asaph. Cutting-edge technologies developed by Glyndŵr Innovations are being used around the world in highly complex and demanding applications, including the European Southern Observatory’s Extremely Large Telescope in Chile.
Hosted by TV’s Gareth Jones, the Emerging Tech Fest will demystify new technologies and demonstrate the fantastic benefits they can have to businesses from real-life case studies and hands-on displays. It will feature expert speakers and panelists from large companies to SMEs, from companies and organisations including Thales UK, ENGIE, Centrica, Ipsen and the North Wales Economic Ambition Board.