Oxford Sigma has returned to Oxford’s city centre to accelerate fusion materials technology commercialisation to help tackle climate change and resolve energy security, with new global headquarters at The Oxford Trust’s Oxford Centre for Innovation.
Starting and growing a successful business is no easy feat. But it’s even harder if you’re trying to do it on your own. That’s why it’s so important to learn from the experiences of others who have been there and done it. But unfortunately, when battle-hardened founders get together to share experiences, it’s usually behind closed doors.
High Spec Composites Ltd is a leading manufacturer of high-specification carbon fibre components and aluminium tooling, supplying to a range of industries worldwide, specialising in Formula One, motorsport, and bespoke projects.
Directive (EU) 2022/2555 on measures for a high common level of cybersecurity across the Union (NIS 2) came into force on 16 January 2023. By 17 October 2024, Member States must adopt and publicise measures to comply with the Directive. NIS 2 will apply to a broad range of businesses which provide their services, or carry out their activities in the EU even if they are not based in a Member State. So what does this mean for you?
Assess the market It’s a trite point in some ways! Overseas markets can be difficult to access and exploit, even if you have a clear sales or supply opportunity that gets you past the existing competitors in the market. Local laws may be a factor and, in some locations, cause an obstruction. These may require […]
Open-source software (OSS) is software that is free to redistribute, with the source code being distributed as well as the object code. It is widely acknowledged using OSS components in software development can help reduce time and effort being expended recreating functionality that already exists. Consequently, it can speed up innovation.
Blandy & Blandy has advised Reading-based Badger Software Limited on its acquisition by Altia, a leading global provider of specialist intelligence and investigation software for government departments and law enforcement agencies across 18 countries.
Instrumentel is delighted to have been successful in the first phase of the £7.4m Department for Business and Trade competition ‘railway construction innovation’. This will support teams in developing innovations for later demonstration at the Global Centre of Rail Excellence in South Wales, and will be delivered in partnership with Cranfield University and Innovate UK.