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  •   Tony McEnroe, CEO of SiriusXT (www.siriusxt.com), a University College Dublin (UCD) spin-out company, has won Enterprise Ireland’s inaugural High Potential Start-up (HPSU) Founder of the Year Award which is supported by Grant Thornton. As the overall winner the company received a prize valued at €15,000 provided by Grant Thornton to further support the...
  • UK businesses can benefit from a mix of government grants and private equity. See examples and an opportunity to access both simultaneously. Start-ups often rely on external funding – whether that be from public or private sources, or both together – to get them on the right track for success. Investment can help them do things they wouldn’t be able to do alone, or...
  •   In a related development, 3-Sci has also received quality assurance certification to manufacture the sensors and their wireless communication system for safe use in explosive atmospheres.  Adrian Bowles, one of the UK’s leading wireless sensing technology specialists and a University of Southampton post-graduate in microelectronics, is 3-Sci’s technical...
  •   An agreement between the UK and Guangdong province will help businesses work with Chinese partners to innovate and access global markets. Representatives from the UK and Guangdong province met last week (14 June 2017) to sign a memorandum of understanding that confirms their intention to work together. Kevin Baughan, Deputy Chief Executive, signed on behalf of...
  •   A start-up which specialises in management consultancy and software business has moved into new premises in Portsmouth after outgrowing the homes of the co-founders. Skore is the latest firm to join nearly 60 other businesses operating out of Portsmouth Technopole, opposite the city’s ferry port by the M275. The firm now has upwards of 40 clients, spanning the...