Science Park firm plans expansion

Malleus was launched two years ago as a sister company to Basingstoke-based IT distributor Hammer, which has a turnover of more than £110million and 140 employees. Malleus provides channel-only IT services – based on expertise in virtualisation, servers, networking and storage – to the specifications of Hammer’s reseller community, helping to improve products before they […]

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Media Beard growth is ignited by Science Park

A fledgling digital marketing and social media agency is helping businesses to thrive online from its new hub at the University of Warwick Science Park. Media Beard, which offers innovative social media and digital marketing support, has expanded into Ignite space at the University of Warwick Science Park’s Warwick Innovation Centre on Gallows Hill. Leamington […]

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Smart idea ready for the USA

A Midlands firm has its sights set on breaking into the US market after enjoying strong success with its innovative weight controlled inventory management system. Inventor-e developed SmartSource, an inventory management system which uses weight sensor technology to provide remote inventory information in real time, and has moved to a new base following a period […]

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Who Pays for the UK?

A recent survey has revealed that only 0.1% of all UK taxpayers, that is about 29,000 people, pay 14% of all the Income Tax and associated National Insurance costs paid in the UK And the next 1% of taxpayers pay about 15% of the Income Tax, so about 300,000 people pay nearly 30 % of […]

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Companies obtain financial boost for product innovation

The absence of a British company – for the second year running – in the Thomson Reuters top 100 list of global innovators should give us all pause for thought. It comes as no surprise that the government fears that Britain, the country and people who’ve brought the world the jet engine, television, the world […]

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New look venues for Warwick Conferences

New developments for Warwick Conferences have recently been unveiled.  Following a nine-month redevelopment project, Radcliffe Training and Conference Centre re-opened at the start of September 2013 with a brand new look. The project has seen the venue undergo extensive refurbishments to the entrance, reception, coffee lounge and restaurant areas, giving them a brand new look […]

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Help at hand to test new products

The University of Warwick has recently launched an initiative that allows the Scientific instruments and academic expertise available within the University to be most easily accessed and applied to the types of challenges facing industry wishing to develop innovative products. We’ve all experienced it. You’ve finally got that new wonder product home, the one that’ll […]

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Smart award announcement of round 5 funding

The next round of the popular grant scheme Smart is open for applications now. Smart is a grant scheme which offers funding to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to engage in R&D projects in the strategically important areas of science, engineering and technology, from which successful new products, processes and services could emerge. The scheme […]

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