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January 15, 2019

Blue Stag announce project with THALES

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Big announcement! Global technology company THALES have been in touch. They want us to create an identity, website, content and strategic approach for their National Digital Exploitation Centre (NDEC) project!
The National Digital Exploitation Centre (NDEC) will be the first research and development facility of its kind in Wales. It’ll provide a perfect setting for SMEs and microbusinesses to test and develop their digital concepts. THALES has partnered with the Welsh Government to establish this £20m cyber centre. It will be one of the cornerstones of their Tech Valleys programme. The centre will then be developing links with the University of South Wales. It’s great to see such investment going into the region.
Talking to the BBC, Economy Minister Ken Skates said:
“The centre will help ensure that Wales exploits the global opportunities of digital transformation, provide a base for ground-breaking research and will equip businesses of all shapes and sizes with the skills and knowledge they need to win a greater share of large regional and national projects.”
We’re delighted to be part of this project and to see where NDEC will take Wales in the future!
Dan Sargent

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