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We are relocating to new larger premises following a steady growth over the last two years, which has seen the company double in people size and extend our already impressive capabilities to include a specialised Industrial Design team, headed up by Joseph O'Connor.
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Everyone at Triteq is celebrating for the second time this month after hearing that we have been shortlisted for the IET Innovation Awards. This comes only a few weeks after being shortlisted for the British Engineering Excellence Awards.
Given the demands on marketing budgets and the increasing necessity to make them stretch as far as possible- I am always amazed when any company appears to operate without trying to get the best possible return on investment from their marketing spend.
Triteq are delighted to have been shortlisted for two awards at the British Engineering Excellence Awards - Consultancy of the Year and Electronic Product of the Year.
How dependent on water is your business?
In the July issue of theengineer magazine, a report raised a rather controversial issue - "Engineers are not good communicators according to popular opinion in the business community. They often lack the ability to express their ideas, express passion about their projects and market their research to the right people. If this is the case then it's no wonder that the country is having a tough time in providing a long term strategy in areas such as transport, health care and energy".
A new Technology Strategy Board scheme is offering funding to small and medium sized enterprises to engage in R&D projects in the strategically important areas of science, engineering and technology from which successful new products and services could emerge.
Today, it is more important then ever to manage the energy we use - but as businesses are we making the right decisions that will allow industry to flourish in the future? Could it be that the current government energy policy could be restricting development? While the consumer may be doing their bit in buying low-energy light bulbs, how many people are aware that the power supplies in our homes are inefficient?
There was a good turnout for the Harwell Oxford Business Breakfast meeting on Friday 16th September with eight, 30 second pitches and sixty-eight participants. The meetings are designed to help connect the businesses who work out of Harwell and their partnership organisations.
Triteq has appointed Mark Perrett as a Project Manager for security and industrial products. Steve Lane, Triteq's Commercial Director commented "Mark was a natural choice for the role, having spent many years working with military systems, and as a project manager for contracts with both government and private sectors. We are pleased to welcome him to Triteq at such an eventful time; with exciting new projects and a move to new premises next month."
Triteq is a product design consultancy.Talented teams of passionate peoplework together on innovative projectsfor our rapidly changing environment.
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