DVLA announces TechHub initiative to make Swansea a centre of digital excellence
As part of an ambitious project to develop Swansea as a centre of excellence for the digital economy, the TechHub initiative brings together start-up businesses, software developers and researchers, as well as students from Swansea University.
DVLA has put a quarter-of-a-million pounds into the TechHub initiative, which brings together start-up businesses, software developers and researchers, and students from Swansea University and University of Wales Trinity St David.
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The Swansea TechHub in a not-for-profit organisation designed to nurture new digital talent, and is one of only seven around the world — and the only one in the UK outside London.
As well as providing a “co-working” space where software developers, hi-tech entrepreneurs and researchers can collaborate on projects, it is planning to organise training and mentoring for people wanting to start their own digital business. Swansea TechHub was founded by three young entrepreneurs — Adam Curtis, Matt Warren and Paul Harwood.