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University of Warwick Science Park tenant's double celebration

University of Warwick Science Park tenant's double celebration

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An expanding company which specialises in industrial data communication has a double reason to celebrate.

Insys Microelectronics UK Ltd has moved across the city from the University of Warwick Science Park’s Venture Centre in Coventry to its Business Innovation Centre in Binley as part of their growth plans and has agreed a deal to become the new shirt sponsor of Coventry Rugby Limited.

Founder and managing director Eduard Wagner and sales director Markus Meyer flew from Germany to the UK for the official opening of the company’s new office.

Insys Microelectronics, which was set-up in 1992 in Germany, has built a reputation for providing quality, efficient data to bridge the communications gap between machines and systems whether that is on factory floors or controlling natural resources in waterways.

The 120-strong company has its head office in Germany and sales offices in the Czech Republic as well as the UK which is the base for its industrial communications division.

Eduard said: “We work in a variety of sectors but particularly with machinery, environmental projects, utilities, renewables and buildings.

“It doesn’t matter whether the sender and receiver are separated by oceans or just around the corner because our customers have their data at their fingertips which saves time and money as well as increasing productivity.

“We pride ourselves on delivering an efficient and reliable service in a competitive industry which is also environmentally friendly.

“The first impressions of the office are that it is a really modern suite which will suit all our needs in the UK.”

Insys Microelectronics UK Ltd’s managing director Stuart Banbrook said the new office at the Business Innovation Centre in Binley was perfect for its growing needs.

“We look after the sales aspect that helps our customers to digitalise their business,” he said. “We had outgrown our office at the Venture Centre and when the opportunity arose to move to a bigger unit in Binley, we decided to move.

“We have recruited a new employee, sales engineer Charlie Manners, who will be looking after the sales for the UK and Ireland for our communications products.

“This is our first real growth in the UK and in a first for the group, we are sponsoring the shirts of Coventry Rugby Limited which is a really exciting venture since they do a great deal of excellent work in the community so it will be a really good way of promoting our business.”

Penny Robb, centre manager at the University of Warwick Science Park’s Business Innovation Centre in Binley, said these are exciting times for Insys Microelectronics UK Ltd.

“The University of Warwick Science Park has four sites which means we can accommodate businesses of all sizes whether they are a start-up or a long-established business such as Insys Microelectronics,” she said.

“It was lovely to welcome Eduard and Markus to our centre for their first visit to their high-quality office space.

“Insys Microelectronics is increasing its client base in the UK all the time and sponsoring Coventry Rugby’s shirts is a great way of spreading the message about their business.”


Image: Front, from the left, Penny Robb (Business Innovation Centre in Binley), Lauren Griffin and Cole Soutter. Back, from the left, Stuart Banbrook, Charlie Manners, Eduard Wagner and Markus Meyer, all from Insys Microelectronics


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