Tramshed Tech has partnered with Hodge Bank to help Welsh tech start-ups scale.
The new partnership sees the opening of a cybersecurity-focused hub on the fifth floor of 1 Central Square office building in central Cardiff.
The space, operated by Trasmshed in a space vacated by Hodge – which is still operated from other floors of the building – is designed to house Wales’ high-growth cyber, data and AI companies and support their presence in a global market expand and expand.
Although the full list of tech startups that have signed up for the new premises will be announced later this month, one confirmed tenant is Cardiff-based cybersecurity firm PureCyber (formerly known as Wolfberry).
The IT company has moved into new premises at the hub, which is geared towards cyber security. It will have a separate space on the floor previously used by Hodge Bank and is now being provided by Tramshed Tech as part of a larger new £9.5m cyber innovation hub for the Cardiff Capital region.
The Cyber Innovation Hub is…