Venturefest Oxford 2017

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Over 500 delegates attended VentureFest Oxford 2017 this week, which was themed “From Start-Up to Scale-Up”. This excellent event brought together innovative start-ups, SME’s, investors and established Oxford success stories in a collaborative and learning environment.

Angela Hobbs, Triteq’s Managing Director was asked to sit on the Closing Plenary of the event. – Brexit- One Year on. One of the questions to the panel was around what strategies have companies developed to manage the uncertainty and potential outcomes of Brexit. Angela explained that she feels that it is important to increase connections in Europe and strengthen existing relationships. She went on to explain that “Triteq have worked on many European consortiums and these relationships have been of enormous benefit to our the company, our teams and existing clients. We don’t believe in business, as usual, there is no usual- it is our responsibility as an innovation and technology consultancy to be forward thinking and proactive in sharing and developing new ideas. Gaining knowledge which benefits our clients at every opportunity

To find out how we can help you develop your idea from concept to the marketplace. Please get in touch, aaron.bennett@triteq.com or call us on +44 1488 684554.

For more information about Venturefest Oxford, please follow the link: http://www.venturefestoxford.com/

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