Olympic Opportunities

| Events, Sustainable Design

The London 2012 Olympics are described as the world's first “sustainable games” in the September issue of the engineer magazine. Although the total costs estimated at £9.4bn may seem excessive given the UK's current financial position, the plans are heavily focused on sustainability and regeneration. In the article Paul May, of the London Organising Committee announced that “We predict that 75,000 business opportunities will be available as we look to spend £1.2bn”

On the London 2012 offical website, there is a strong focus on business opportunities for companies who can become part of the supply chain, there is a designated website called Compete For – a free service that enables different businesses to compete for contract opportunities linked to the 2012 Games. In addition, there are also there are major opportunities for companies with ideas linked to the legacy of the 2012 Olympics. Design, innovation and technology is vital to the success of these sustainable games.

Technology is playing an important role for Paralympians, Oscar Pistorius, known as the “blade runner” is a paralympic world record holder who runs with the aid of the Cheetah Flex Foot developed with ground breaking technology to help Oscar become the “fastest man on no legs”.

Dynamic new ideas can flourish with expert help and support, working with an experienced organisation alongside you adds many benefits, from time to market, feasibility and reliability of the finshed product.

Triteq have the experience, knowledge and capabilities to help entreprenuers and established organisations with new ideas, helping to meet new challenges and support your organisation in preparing new products for market or adapting existing ideas to meet new demands and perform different tasks.

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