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Isis Innovation Idea Idol

Triteq work with many start-ups and entrepreneurs and we really understand the enormous benefit of adding the right support and advice. 

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Launch of Business Growth Service

The government has today announced the launch of the Business Growth Service which consolidates GrowthAccelerator and the Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS) along with schemes from the Intellectual Property Office (IP Audits) and the Design Council (Design Mentoring) into a single service.

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Local businesses provide festive cheer for Oxford seniors

Three venues, Malmaison Oxford, the Jam Factory and Oxford Town Hall provided a free Christmas meal with all the trimmings and a favorite tipple on one of the busiest Sundays of the year. The event, now known as ‘Golden Sunday’, was started by Jam Factory co-owner, Andrew Norton, five years ago and is run in partnership with Age UK Oxfordshire. 

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Be proud of what you’re creating

If you can inspire an audience on a cold, wet Friday evening at 5pm after a very long week, then you can probably inspire anyone and Torsten Reil did just that on Friday. 

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What do start-ups need the most?

The obvious answer may not always be the right one or the only one! Yes, start-up's need investment, but they also need knowledge and a clear understanding of the needs of different stakeholders . Women with Bright Ideas Competition Winners Rosie Phelps and Catherine Dodds spent the day at Triteq on Thursday with key members of our teams from research, design, software, electronics and prototype development. Triteq offered a day of consultancy to the winners to identify what type of support they need to get their product to market. As Steve Lane, Triteq COO said when asked what type of customers we work with, " the diversity of customers that walk through our doors is staggering. This cumulative experience means we understand the range of challenges and decision processes that start-up's have to face. We listen, ask the right questions and give straight talking informed advice.”

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England to become a leading digital health economy

The NIB (National Information Board) has published its Framework for Action: Personalised Health & Care 2020- Using Data and technology to Transform Outcomes for Patients and Citizens.A summary of the report was produced by techUK who reported that “techUK welcomes the significant commitment from the National Information Board to make England a leading digital health economy, by making better use of technology and data in the health and social care system.

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Triteq Sponsor Cleantech Innovate 2015

Imagine a future where your toilet is cleaned without water, your home is insulated by robots and you can heat your patio without heating the planet. Imagine walking down a street where the paint helps fight air pollution, cars are powered by whisky and you can stop along the way to charge your mobile in a solar powered phone box.

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It's Today!!

Triteq clients Imonsys & University of Hull have been shortlisted for the IET Awards for Measurement in Action. Winners will be shortlisted at the ceremony on Wednesday 19th November in London at the Brewery.

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Startup Grind Oxford Hosts Dr Colin Story

What are the biggest challenges in bringing a product to market? From concept to funding and every stage in-between it takes a strong leadership team to achieve success, especially in today’s highly competitive environment. Hear at first-hand how OxSonics  a University of Oxford spin-out company developing a new generation of ultrasound-based medical devices, successfully secured a major £2.1million Biomedical Catalyst award from the UK’s innovation agency, the Technology Strategy Board. Coupled with OxSonics initial financing of £2.7m in January 2014, the company has now raised a total of £4.8m. How to book your ticket.

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IET Awards Finalists 2014

The IET Innovation Awards celebrate the very best innovations in science, engineering and technology and the 16 categories span the breadth of the IET’s remit and are judged by a panel of experts in their field. Over 400 entries were submitted to this year’s Innovation Awards, and we are delighted to be one of the five finalists in the shortlist for the Measurement in Action category. 

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