Established in 2004, Health Enterprise East (HEE) is the NHS Innovation Hub in the East of England, based at Papworth Hospital.
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Influential company bosses in Cambridge & the East of England in focus in our personalised Q&A.
Choose Suffolk is the countywide public and private partnership, charged with enhancing and sustaining prosperity in Suffolk. The agency delivers a wide range of services, support and information to the county’s business community, alongside promoting Suffolk as a premier destination in the UK for business, investment and tourism with various multi-platform marketing campaigns.
Sam Weller formerly head of Kodak’s European Research Laboratories in Cambridge, is now championing Greater Cambridge to the world through GCP’s International Relations Forum of which he is chairman.
JDR, based in Littleport in Cambridgeshire, is a leading provider of custom-designed and manufactured subsea power cables, umbilical systems and marine cables for a broad range of applications. The company’s significant portfolio of product design, manufacture and delivery extends throughout the oil and gas sector, offshore renewables industry and seismic and defence markets. JDR’s subsea wellhead, production and workover umbilicals are installed and used around the world, engineered and manufactured to exacting standards for operation in the most challenging of environments.
Linguamatics helps organisations to maximise the value derived from information resources through effective deployment of innovative natural language processing (NLP) based technology. Linguamatics has a rapidly growing user community with its I2E technology deployed at most top-10 pharma companies. The company was founded in 2001, and is based at St John’s Innovation Centre.
Cambridge based Envisional uses patented search technologies alongside a team of experienced analysts to help organisations detect and guard against counterfeiting, piracy, fraud and online brand abuse.
With 27 years experience in the oil and gas industry, Kevin Keable, 47, is Managing Director of Oilennium. Before founding the company in 2000, he worked in a variety of management roles for oil services companies around the world. Originally from Norfolk, Keable is a member of the Institute of Directors and the Society of Petroleum Engineers.
Backgrounder: Headquartered in Cambridge, 3D imaging and spectroscopy specialist, TeraView has developed technology to generate, detect and manipulate Terahertz light. TeraView provides a range of solutions applicable to drug discovery and formulation; medical and dental diagnostics; security screening, explosives detection and contraband detection. The list of applications continues to grow as new applications, such as in the food, agriculture, cosmetics, paints and coatings, and semiconductor markets are established.
- Mark Hammond, CEO of Melbourn Scientific
- Charles Maltby, Technical and Commercial Director for Shearline
- Nick Ogden, chief executive and chairman of Voice Commerce Group
- Sally Ann Forsyth, director for Colworth Science Park
- Lyndsay Williams, Managing Director of Girton Labs
- Jerry Turner, managing director of Team Consulting
- Senexis CEO, Dr Mark Treherne
- Simon Fryer, MD of KISS Communications
- STL Technologies MD, James Garnham
- Dr Jane Osbourn, site leader for MedImmune in Cambridge & vice-president, research
- Dan Sandhu, CEO of ACIS
- Domino Printing managing director, Nigel Bond
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