The home of startups in Wales.

Tramshed Tech was founded in 2016 with a mission to create connected workspaces for tech, digital and creative business owners in Wales. Originally based out of Grangetown’s historic Tramshed building, Tramshed Tech now run spaces across South Wales in Cardiff, Newport, Barry and soon to be Swansea with a range of coworking, office space, meeting room, event space and podcast studios available.

As well as workspace, Tramshed Tech deliver a range of skills training and business support programmes designed to support founders at varying stages of growth from idea generation and product market fit, through to investor readiness and international export.

Tramshed Tech is more than a space to work, it’s an inter-connected community that brings together founders, startups, scaleups, enterprise organisations, investors, corporates, universities and government bodies to spark conversations, foster collaboration, forge partnerships and facilitating game-changing innovation.

 

Lucy Olivia Hopkins, Head of Comms, Marketing & Brand at Tramshed Tech said:

Tramshed Tech are thrilled to be involved in UK Tech Week. As founding members of tech clusters such as UK Tech Cluster Group, Wales Tech Advocates and Tech Spark Wales, we are passionate about bringing together founders, startups, scaleups, enterprise organisations, investors, corporates, universities and government bodies to spark conversations, foster collaboration, forge partnerships and facilitating game-changing innovation.

 Our involvement in UK Tech Week this year will be an event to launch The Wales Tech Ecosystem Report that we’ve been working on in partnership with UK Tech News. This report aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the tech landscape with a spotlight on key verticals, regional breakdowns, expert perspectives and a look at what’s to come. During the event we will hear from key stakeholders and discuss key insights from the report.