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20 businesses in Wales to watch in 2020

By January 1, 2020 June 29th, 2021 No Comments

The new year is set to bring a number of new challenges to businesses across Wales. The UK’s withdrawal from the EU seems to be happening, but the process and outcomes are far from known.

Since it was set up in Cardiff in 2015, Amplyfi has being tipped to become the first Welsh unicorn – a business with a valuation of more than $1bn. Exploring fathoms of the web undisturbed by the standard indexing of household search engines, its innovative software, DaaVoyant, is helping companies to unearth potential future fallout from global issues and current affairs that could present challenges to business.

Clients include RBS, BP, and Bayer, and Amplyfi has seen growth in Asia, particularly Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore, partnering with the Department for International Trade to help elevate the UK technology industry on the global stage.

Originally by Slon Barry for BusinessLive, read the full article here.