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 development of the company.
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.
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.
MEPC has been granted a new planning consent for over 2m sq ft of commercial development on its 131 acre site at Silverstone Park.
Consent was granted by South Northamptonshire District Council and Aylesbury Vale District Council.
- Major investment will add 50,000 sq ft of new laboratory space
- Expansion of office capacity planned with 60,000 sq ft of refurbished space
AN INNOVATION project has been launched to help companies tapping into the thriving space industry scale up faster as they take their cutting edge products to market.
STEPHANIE, delivered in County Durham by Business Durham, is a five-year EU-funded Interreg programme which will help promote research and innovation in the space and photonics industry in the North East and the wider UK.
Tribal Group plc has acquired the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and exclusive distribution rights for the Wambiz private social network to the education markets across the UK, Australia and New Zealand in a deal worth in the region of £2m. The edtech start-up – based at the Innovation Birmingham Campus – is now focused on expansion into mainland Europe and the US.
Budding healthcare innovators from the West of England learned how to take their cutting-edge technology and business ideas to the next level when they met in Corsham last month.
Creative Places has been recognised by the UK Science Park Association (UKSPA) for its work over a number of years in helping make Cambridge Biomedical Campus (CBC) one of the leading locations for Biomedical R&D in Europe.
Two of Bath’s most exciting high-tech, high growth potential start-ups showcased to big name corporates including EDF Energy, Rolls-Royce and Samsung for the chance to have their product adopted by the business giants at KPMG in Canary Wharf, London, recently (25 May).