Post and Packing, an independent postal retailer has ambitious plans to deliver from its new Discovery Park home introducing its walk-in mailroom concept that is already getting the stamp of approval from clients.
The company, which won six months of free office space at the Kent 2020 Vision Live event in May, intends to grow its office into a regional centre, with services that offer a real alternative to Royal Mail.
The Imperial Incubator yesterday held a graduation event and technology showcase. The event celebrated the achievements of exiting companies Cortexica, Microtest DX, Dearman, and RespiVert. The ceremony saw the graduating companies receiving awards presented by Imperial College London’s President, Professor Alice Gast, following speeches by Imperial’s Vice President (Development & Innovation) David Gann, and Imperial Innovations CEO Russ Cummings.
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Exeter Science Park has announced the installation of its fully resilient, high bandwidth ICT connectivity, cementing their ambitions to be a hub for technology companies in the South West.
Service providers Elitetele.com, Totus and Systems Integrator Logicalis were successfully procured to deliver the connectivity to the new Science Park Centre building that opened July 2015.
Repositive, a spinout from Allia’s Social Incubator East programme (located at Future Business Centre Cambridge), has been awarded a SMART grant of £50,000 to develop a platform for secure access to human genomic data through privacy-preserving technologies.
Following an introduction at SETsquared’s 2014 Investment Showcase, Bath SETsquared member Green Running has secured £750K investment from Ignite, a social enterprise investment fund backed by Centrica, owners of British Gas.
HORIBA – a world leader in automotive test systems – is expanding its operation through the purchase of the global advanced vehicle engineering, research and product testing business operated by MIRA.
The investment, which was completed on 14 july 2015, will see HORIBA expand its current portfolio, with a move into vehicle engineering and testing consultancy.
The boundaries of Anglesey Enterprise Zone are to be extended to maximise economic benefits for the region.
The announcement was made on Tuesday July 21by Economy Minister Edwina Hart who is hosting a meeting of the Enterprise Board chairs in North Wales.
The new sites include the West Anglesey Demonstration Zone, a 37 square kilometre of seabed off the west coast of Anglesey, and Cefn Du, the 21 hectare site in Gaerwen earmarked for the Menai Science Park (M-SParc).
The Minister said: