Box UK, a Drum Top 50 Digital Agency specialising in innovative software and web design for its global client portfolio, has partnered with Wales Tech Week 2023.
Headquartered in Cardiff for over 25 years, Box UK specialises in the design, development and delivery of high-profile bespoke software development projects for clients such as the RS Group, The British Medical Journal, Sodexo and the Welsh Government.
As a Silver Partner, Box UK will be sharing their inspiring enterprise portfolio to showcase the realm of what is possible when you combine the right tech and the right people to drive engagement, growth, and innovation.
At Wales Tech Week, Box UK will share their expertise to help attendees discover how digital technologies can be used to deliver life-saving information more quickly, educate teams and customers, grow sales, build new revenue models, and otherwise enable and transform businesses for the better. Innovation and digital transformation are essential for organisations to survive and thrive and it is critical to have the opportunity to learn from real-world examples.
Taking place on 16 to 18 October 2023 at the International Convention Centre (ICC), in Newport, South Wales, Wales Tech Week will host world-class speakers, investors and leading tech organisations, as well as an exhibition and more from innovators, entrepreneurs and the wider supporting Welsh tech industry ecosystem.
Paul Evans, Chief Operations Officer, said:
“Box UK has been designing, developing, and delivering large-scale digital platforms that millions rely upon, for more than 25 years. “Partnering with Wales Tech Week gives us a global platform to showcase the impact and opportunities digital innovation brings to organisations.
“Box UK is driven by our unending passion for technology and the role it plays in shaping the world. We look forward to sharing our insights and expertise at Wales Tech Week.”
Founded by Technology Connected, the leading network for Wales’ technology industry, Wales Tech Week 2023 follows on from the successful virtual events in 2020 and 2021, where the festivals reached an audience of more than 4,500 people across 57 countries.
Avril Lewis, Managing Director for Technology Connected added:
“We are delighted to have Box UK join us as a Silver Partner at Wales Tech Week.
“Headquartered in Cardiff with a presence in London and remote workforce across the UK, Box has a global mindset and global presence to match. They are an excellent example of the software and web expertise Wales has to offer.
“I know Box UK will inspire the business leaders and organisations attending the event. Wales Tech Week will be a key opportunity for knowledge sharing, connecting, and collaborating, to help drive further innovation and creativity across all sectors.
“Across Wales Tech Week we will fuse the benefits of technology with the power of people, to work toward Wales’ future as a global centre of tech expertise.”
The third day at the ICC will be the inaugural Talent4Tech event, designed to attract the next generation of tech talent, from apprentices to graduates to returners and transitioning workers, to inspire their journeys into the tech industry.
Wales Tech Week 2023 is free to attend, with the summit exploring the themes of Tech for Good, Tech for the Planet, and Tech for Tomorrow.