YellowDog’s CEO and founder, Gareth Williams, has taken centre stage in a recent business focused article in The Times by Peter Evans.

Highlighting the impact of Bristol’s ‘Silicon Gorge’ culture, Peter opens with an anecdote from Gareth about how few people realise that the South West of the UK holds a vast amount of investment potential for high growth technology companies.

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Gareth met with Peter Evans last week in Bristol, sharing YellowDog’s remarkable growth and global success over the past few years. Since 2015, YellowDog has raised £2.8 million in investment. It has grown from 2 to 25 people and now supports customers signed up to its technology platform in over 40 countries worldwide.

Gareth Williams shared: “Meeting Peter Evans was a fantastic opportunity to discuss YellowDog’s success. To attract investment and impact industries globally as we do, you don’t need to be based in London or New York if you have the right ideas and the right people.  I’m pleased to see newspapers such as The Times recognise that.”

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