Bosses at the site, which is home to 93 businesses and more than 900 employees, have said it is almost at capacity so will now be looking overseas and have highlighted China as having potential for future growth.
The UNIP already has a sister incubator project at the University’s Ningbo Campus and operations director Dr Mark Tock said: "What could be better for businesses than having the option of being able to test their products in China and for their Chinese counterparts to do the same here?"
Mobile camera rig specialists Motion Impossible, whose equipment was recently used in the hit BBC One series Big Cats, are to move to bigger premises after successfully developing their next generation robotic dolly system.
MEPC’s development of Silverstone Park has further enhanced the image of the neighbouring Silverstone Grand Prix circuit and, in doing so, helped to support motorsport in the UK, believes Motorsport Industry Association CEO Chris Aylett.
Nearly 40 companies operating within motorsport – including race teams and others serving its multi-million pound supply chain – are now located at Silverstone Park.
A new innovation centre in north-east Hampshire is already more than a quarter full – just weeks before the official opening.
Nine businesses and three co-workers have already moved into BASE Bordon Innovation Centre at Broxhead House, Louisburg Barracks, Whitehill & Bordon.
Bristol's first science and tech hub -Future Space - generates more than £2 million for the region's economy
Bristol’s first science and tech hub Future Space generated more than £2 million for the regional economy within its first year, a new report reveals.
The innovation centre, which was the first flexible office space in Bristol to also offer private and shared laboratory space to start-up R&D enterprises, exceeded all its targets for its first 12 months of operation, with occupancy at 68 per cent by the end of 2017.
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One of the UK’s leading science and innovation campuses, Sci-Tech Daresbury, has received planning permission from Halton Borough Council for its next phase of development.
The development, called Project Violet, will see the construction of two buildings providing 12,000 sq ft each and one building providing 18,000 sq ft. The buildings will be three storeys high, situated at the gateway of the campus on Innovation Way.