Triteq is pleased to be sponsoring The Oxford Trust Enterprise Awards for the third year running. The Triteq Young Entrepreneur award recognises and celebrates the young founders (under 40) of innovative science and tech companies in Oxfordshire. Last year’s award winner was Travis Wentworth, founder of Langu, a new language learning platform. It connects those wanting to learn a language with independent language teachers for live, one-to-one lessons in their own virtual classroom.
Triteq’s Managing Director. says: “At Triteq we work with ideas. Most importantly, we work with people who have ideas that have the potential to become life-changing products with a global impact. We believe that supporting the Enterprise Awards is an excellent way of recognising young founders and encouraging innovation”.
Steve Burgess, CEO of The Oxford Trust says: “We are really pleased that Triteq is sponsoring the Young Entrepreneur Award again. It is great to have a company supporting this particular award that is itself at the cutting-edge of innovation.”
The Oxford Trust Enterprise Awards 2018 will take place after Venturefest Oxford on the evening of Wednesday 12th September at Oxford Brookes University. The awards recognise and celebrate the breadth of innovative companies and individual entrepreneurs who are working in science and technology in the Oxford region. Run in partnership with Venturefest Oxford, they are a real showcase for Oxfordshire’s high-tech industry and celebrate those just starting out on their journey to success as well as established businesses and individuals who have made an impact on the regional economy through innovation. Previous winners have included Oxbotica, Immunocore and Adaptix – all now successful companies in their own right.
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The Oxford Trust is an independent charitable trust that was founded in 1985 by entrepreneurs Sir Martin and Lady (Audrey) Wood. Our mission is to encourage and facilitate the study, application and communication of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The Trust is a strategic organisation with complementary programmes running across three key objectives – the 3Es: Enterprise – to support economic growth by encouraging innovation. Education – to inspire young people about science, technology, engineering and maths. Engagement – to encourage people of all ages to engage with how scientific research impacts on their lives.
Triteq is a successful product design and development consultancy based in Hungerford. They mainly work in medical technology, digital health but are also involved in product design for start-ups as well as consumer product design.