York Science Park has joined the very top organisations in the UK by achieving the Investors in People Gold Award, and has turned its sign gold to mark the occasion.
Investors in People describes the coveted Gold Award as an achievement of world class best practice, and explains that the assessment process is key to understanding the effectiveness of how people are led, managed and developed, and the impact of this on operational results.
Coventry University Enterprises Limited (CUE) is looking for your opinions and views on the support provided to businesses selling overseas/exporting to help in the development of future regional support.
Our survey aims to identify the current needs and wants of regional businesses looking to sell overseas/export. And the questionnaire asks for your views on your experiences of selling overseas and the support provided (or if you are new to export – what support you might want).
Medical manufacturing company Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies has taken 15,000 sq ft of space at The Wilton Centre in Redcar.
The move represents one of the 75-acre science park's most significant lettings with the business taking two floors at the site.
It also follows Faraday Training Group taking 36,000 sq ft at the Wilton Centre earlier this year.
"This is great news for Fujifilm, the Wilton Centre and the whole of Teesside, with the expansion of a world leading company in the region," said Steve Duffield, site director at the Wilton Centre.
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Blythe Valley Innovation Centre
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A leading US life sciences firm has doubled its presence in the UK by locating at Imperial College London’s White City Campus in west London.
Uttlesford District Council purchases 50% share in Chesterford Research Park
Innovation Birmingham Campus start-ups, Kaido and Quickcode Labs, have been announced as two of just three West Midlands businesses to top this year’s global Digital Leaders DL100 list.
A well-respected firm acquired by a 21-year-old entrepreneur has won a major distribution contract for its boat repair kits following support from a business innovation centre in south Hampshire.
Outline planning consent has been granted for the second phase of the Thames Valley Science Park.
Wokingham Borough Council approved the plans for the development of the remaining 600,000 square foot of the total 800,000 square foot site last week (26 April).
The University of Reading, who owns the Science Park, put forward conceptual plans for approximately 15 further buildings to be developed as and when required over a 20 year period.
A Coventry company which has developed an innovative device that is revolutionising keyhole surgery is entering its third phase of development.
Cipher Surgical is now moving forward with the next evolution of its OpClear technology to make it available in even more medical procedures.