We help startups get better, faster.

TechHub is a unique environment where technology startups can start up faster. We nurture an international network of like-minded and focused tech entrepreneurs, providing places where they can work, meet, collaborate, network, learn and have fun. By getting the right people together in a physical space, good things happen.

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Events @ TechHub
17:00, Pitcher & Piano
Get together, share ideas, meet new people and have a drink. Come along and join us at Pitcher & Piano for a few drinks to get to know other members outside of the community.

iSustain Symposium

09:00, ALEX Design Exchange, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Alexandra Rd, Swansea SA1 5DU
Life at TechHub
I enjoy working at TechHub as you can choose how and where you work, plus there's a buzz of quiet activity which keeps you going all day. When you want a break there's plenty going on inside and outside the building. People are all willing to give advice and help and there's plenty of opportunity to have an after work beer.
Roland White from Ginger Guru
some of our members

26 Mar 2015 18:15

Today saw a huge first for both the welsh tech scene and welsh cafe culture. Customers and entrepreneurs in Wales will be able to pay for coffee, cake and rent using the virtual currency Bitcoin. The largest network of Bitcoin machines in the United Kingdom, Satoshi Point, has expanded to Swansea. A Bitcoin ATM machine has been installed in Cafe Nisse located on Wind Street right below TechHub Wales.

06 Mar 2015 13:23

Yesterday evening seen the launch of Design Swansea, a new meet-up for individuals to get together in Swansea and chat about all things creative in the tech world.

06 Mar 2015 12:19

TechHub, the home of technology business start-ups in Swansea’s vibrant Wind Street, has just watched one of its founding fledglings fly the nest as social entrepreneur Peter Anderson and his VocalEyes Digital Democracy organisation have moved on and up - into their own base.