Technology has evolved so immensely across almost every industry that it is no longer a sector of its own – it’s an integral part of everything we do. At Really Epic Dog Group we work with a diverse group of businesses and clients who are continually coming up with solutions using the technology that is now available to us. We have highlighted some of what we believe to be the most impactful pieces of tech introduced in recent years; where the ideas originated and where they could be heading!
Really Epic Dog’s latest and most exciting project will gather fresh momentum this weekend with a ground-breaking ceremony taking place on site in the Nambiti ‘Big Five’ Private Game Reserve in South Africa. Having purchased land in the malaria-free, KwaZulu-Natal reserve at the end of 2019, RED has pushed ahead with plans for a world-leading
It’s an exciting time at Laduma. With the launch of its latest technology quickly approaching, four talented developers and engineers have been drafted in to support with the development. While the office remains temporarily closed, we are yet to all meet in person (discounting our daily Microsoft teams chats, of course) so we asked our
Really Epic Dog Group is delighted to announce the purchase of land for development in the KwaZulu-Natal province in South Africa, which will form the centrepiece of the group’s newest and, arguably, most exciting expansion plans to date. More details of the project will be announced in the months ahead; one of the sites is
Immersive Technology Company Laduma, has continued to grow their team despite the global pandemic which has impacted many businesses around the world. The award-winning company established in 2016 is part of Really Epic Dog Group and Headquartered in Liverpool. Laduma has created immersive experiences with major sports brands such as NFL, International Cricket Council and