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November 1, 2016

We’ve Moved


We are super excited to announce that we have moved offices to join one of the most innovative creative and tech scenes in Cardiff.

Tramshed Tech invited us to have a look around the newly developed space. We loved the collaborative and innovative environment that it promoted. Becoming part of it would not only enhance our services but help promote Wales as a leader in creative and digital.

The space provides opportunities for collaboration and has created a supportive co-working community. It’s exciting to work with organisations who are pushing creative and technological boundaries. enhances our ability to provide exciting solutions to our clients.

It is located less than a 5-minute walk from the Principality Stadium and a 10-minute walk from Cardiff city centre. The building is a Grade II listed beautiful victorian building. It was originally built in the early 1900s to house electric powered trams.

Check out their website for more information.

The renovated space has retained the building’s original bare brickwork but has otherwise had a total transformation. It is now a modern workspace with state of the art facilities. The conference rooms, meeting rooms, and communal areas promote the community feel of the workspace. Also, they run regular events with plenty of opportunities to mingle, eat pizza and have a few beers.

Tramshed Tech is part of the wider Tramshed regeneration scheme. This also has live/work apartments and a 1,000 capacity music/entertainment venue (which is awesome). Tramshed Tech is now home for us and some of the other top creative/tech firms in Wales. Including Hello Starling, Big Learning Company, Amplyfi and Ffilm Cymru.

Sebastian has settled into his new home very well and is loving the attention. Prime position in the Hub with a great view of the pretty big TV screen.

If you’re ever in the area then feel free to drop in and say hello for a hot beverage and if you are lucky there will still be some biscuits left. We’d love to show you around!

Dan Sargent

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