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This year we launched the Triteq Hub, an innovative open space where guests from SME's, start-up's, spin-outs or independent investors or entrepreneurs could come to us with their design challenges. The Hub meets once a month – it is informal, extremely lively and creates an ideal opportunity where ideas can flow.

This year we launched the Triteq Hub, an innovative open space where guests from SME's, start-up's, spin-outs, independent investors or entrepreneurs could come to us with their design challenges. The Hub meets once a month – it is informal, extremely lively and creates an ideal opportunity where ideas can flow.

Each department at Triteq is represented, so external guests can bring challenges relating to design, electronic engineering, emerging technologies, innovation, manufacturing, software development or sustainability.

All we ask is that in the first instance, you send through a description of your challenge, we review all the challenges we receive and invite one guest per month to join us at our next Hub meeting.

Maybe you have an idea that would help solve a problem, perhaps an existing product is facing challenges in the form of competing markets, cost, technical performance, design for manufacture or regulatory hurdles.  Alternatively you may be facing a specific design, electronic engineering or software challenge. Whatever your challenge, why not bring it to the Hub? Talk to us today.

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