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University incubated start-ups dazzle big name corporates in new event

21stMay 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo left to right: Hamish Sandison of Fieldfisher, Simon Bond of SETsquared, Peter Davies of Green Running, Shakardokht Jafari of Invivo Dosimetry.

A group of universities has launched a brand-new event that aims to get university spin-outs and technology start-ups into some of the world’s biggest corporates.

Engine Shed hosts new Business Secretary on inaugural speech in Bristol

19thMay 2015

Engine Shed hosted a visit from the new Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, Sajid Javid, today to announce £10bn in cuts to red tape for businesses.

Mr Javid delivered the speech in the town where he grew up. He met with Engine Shed and SETsquared Bristol Director, Nick Sturge, and heard about the work Engine Shed is doing with universities and local councils working together. Engine Shed has already contributed £8m to the UK economy since its opening in December 2013.

Chance of a lifetime for start-ups showcasing to big name corporates

11thMay 2015

Where: Fieldfisher, Riverbank House, London
When: May 20 from 2-7.30pm
Contact: Laura@carswellgould.co.uk

Twenty of the UK’s most exciting technology start-ups are set to showcase to big name corporates including Barclays, Unilever and Intel for the chance to have their product adopted by the business giants.

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