Last month Kelvin Capital, the company's original investors, together with Scottish Investment Bank, made a further investment of £1.5 million in Biotangents, following the previous investment of £0.5 million completed in April last year.
Adam Hardy, founder and director of Sourced Recruitment, which operates from Portsmouth Technopole. He started his firm in a flat and moved into the thriving business hub, owned by the University of Portsmouth and operated by UKSPA member Oxford Innovation, just over a year ago. Sourced is looking to upsize workspace on site due to expansion.
A national shortage of HGV drivers has helped a recruitment firm founded by a young entrepreneur to take further workspace at a thriving business hub in Portsmouth.
Vehicle technicians across the UK are set to benefit from a new suite of training opportunities based on electric and hybrid technology as the number of electric vehicles starts to soar.
The Oxford Science Park celebrates academic entrepreneur Brian Bellhouse with naming of new building
The Oxford Science Park, one of the UK's leading parks for science and technology companies, is pleased to announce that its newest building is to be named in recognition of the achievements of academic entrepreneur and Magdalen College Fellow Professor Brian Bellhouse. The turf-cutting ceremony for the Bellhouse Building, which is an extension to the Park’s Magdalen Centre, is to be performed today by Lord Paul Drayson, his business partner and son-in-law, and Lady Elspeth Drayson, one of his daughters.
Discovery Park, a thriving high-quality science park playing a key role in the South East of England’s life sciences community, and MedCity, which supports and grows the world-leading life sciences ecosystem of the Greater South East of England, are pleased to announce that they are partnering on the high-profile Angels in Med City programme. Angels in MedCity brings potential investors together with life sciences experts and has helped over 25 healthcare/life sciences companies to raise over £20m in equity funding so far.
Image: Dr Mike Cowan, CEO, Touch Biometrix
Touch Biometrix, the disruptive fingerprint technology company, has received a £2million investment from Deepbridge Capital.
The Series A funding through the Deepbridge Technology Growth Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) fund follows initial seed funding of £150,000 last year.
New collaboration between Aston Business School, University of Birmingham and Minerva Business Angels launches
Warm welcome for Minerva Birmingham – new collaboration between Aston Business School, University of Birmingham and Minerva Business Angels launches
Aviation Thought Leader and Author Backs Travacoin
CEO of SimpliFlying and author of SOAR to invest in award-winning blockchain payment system for air travel industry
Kent Science Park is pleased to announce the opening of The HUB a communal building providing new cafeteria and conference facilities for its growing number of hi-tech tenants. The £2m building – which officially opens in March – is located alongside the site’s Japanese gardens, and will provide a focal point for the park's tenants and the wider business community.