Supporting Start-Ups & Entrepreneurs

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One of the benefits of having a passionate team of people in your company is knowing that you will have their support and enthusiasm to find the best solution to any challenge you present to them and  that they will thrive on the opportunity to get involved.

Having these skills in-house enables us  to engage with enterprising innovators, entrepreneurs and start-ups.  One of the ways in which we do this is through our Consultancy Opportunity Events, when we invite companies  to challenges our teams to find the best route to  product commercialisation, design and development. 

   

On this theme, in August we ran a Calling All Start-Ups Competition, giving three winners a day at Triteq. So we are looking forward to welcoming Hoxton Analytics and Mujo Mechanics Ltd on 15th October to spend the day with all of our teams including design, marketing, software, electronic engineering, prototype developers and manufacturing. They will also have the opportunity to gain valuable insights on investment and funding, engineering and sustainable development.
 

We are really looking forward to helping them move forward with the commercialisation of their products.  If you would like the opportunity to join us for the day then email us at enquiry@triteq.com to register your interest. We look forward to hearing from you. 

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