Cambridge radio technology business Sepura has completed Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) interoperability testing with the Italian organisations Selex ES – a Finmeccanica company – and Radio Activity srl.
The simple advice often given to employers looking to hire in France is don’t do it! Of all the countries in which we help our clients with their employment law affairs, France is certainly one of the most problematic for employers.
East of England businesses keen to develop new contacts in Central Europe can join a trade mission to Debrecen and Budapest, two of Hungary’s largest cities.
Businesses from the East of England and East Midlands regions participated in more than 80 meetings over three intensive days on a ‘first class’ visit to Romania during ‘Export Week’.
Racebikebitz, established in 2004, is gearing up for worldwide success as international demand grows for its range of high quality, hand-crafted replacement silicone coolant hoses for motorbikes.
Medical technology from the Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group in Cambridge UK has won additional orders from French defence chiefs.
The Sira-Kvina Power Company in Norway has chosen Sepura STP9000 hand-portable radios for use on its new TETRA communications system.
East of England business bosses are being tapped into potential new trade in Bulgaria.
A major transport operator in Sweden has taken technology for its bus drivers from digital radio specialist Sepura in Cambridge UK.
Helped by massive sales of inkjet and high technology products to China from the Cambridge UK cluster, the East of England has seen a significant upsurge in exports to the Orient. Hong Kong is also proving fertile territory.
Cambridge Pixel, a developer of sensor processing and display solutions, has won a contract with Exelis – a top-tier global aerospace, defence, information and services company – to supply its SPx radar and video distribution and display software to upgrade ships of the Norwegian coastguard.
Tine Flaten from the British Embassy in Oslo outlines the opportunities for East of England companies in Norway.
Cambridge technology business Episys is on a Russian mission led by Business Secretary Vince Cable designed to win multi-billion dollar export business for the UK.
Martha Rasheeva from the British Embassy in Sofia talks about the opportunities in Bulgaria.
Experienced exporter e2v, based in Chelmsford, is a global provider of imaging solutions for space exploration and science. The company recently benefited from UKTI support during the final stages of negotiations surrounding a multi-million pound contract with the Russian Academy of Sciences, for the supply of cameras on board the World Space Observatory – Ultraviolet (WSO-UV).
Revolutionary contact lens technology from UltraVision in the East of England has been launched in Italy.
- A world awaits – companies encouraged to think global
- UKTI country profile – Sweden
- UKTI country profile – Ireland
- UKTI country profile – Belgium
- Local businesses to visit growing Polish economy
- Spain to gain from UK training
- French deal for Cambridge Intelligence
- Amantys sets up worldwide sales push
- UKTI case study – Greenapple
- Germany – where Eagle dares
- UKTI case study – Cozmochem
- Sepura cashing in on exports surge
- Marshall starts Austrian Air Force contract
- Norway police find Sepura technology arresting
- UK companies bypass stricken EU to boost exports
- Lord Green urges companies to explore Russia
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