As part of Digital ’17, Tec Marina played host as eager digital enthusiasts and entrepreneurs were, in true marina fashion, transported by boat from the Digital Festival through Cardiff Bay to Tec Marina. There, founder and CEO Chris Griffiths spoke live from the London Stock Exchange about his company’s journey so far and how OpenGenius, the ones behind Tec Marina, is the first Welsh company to be accepted onto the LSE’s Elite accelerator programme. A unique experience for all, Chris spoke of what an exciting time it is to be at the company right now.
As Digital Dozen finalists, OpenGenius took to the Showcase Stage to dazzle digital enthusiasts with their productivity and creativity-enhancing software tools at Digital Festival 2017 this week. Alongside a number of other tech companies based in Wales, OpenGenius pitched their technology tools to like-minded thinkers and investors in the digital sector. The festival, one devoted to ‘Innovation, Investment and Industry’ was a fantastic opportunity to showcase what Wales has to offer the global tech industry, and to mix with other companies to show off their products, iMindMap and DropTask.
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