AcceleratorIndia is a new international business-building company that helps fast track business expansion of technology companies in the Indian and European markets. Clients are innovative companies aspiring to deliver their products and services in the Indian and European markets in media, computing, telecoms and advanced engineering sectors.
Q10 Talking Heads
Influential company bosses in Cambridge & the East of England in focus in our personalised Q&A.
ABOUT THE COMPANY : Redd&Whyte was founded to develop a range of products and services that would provide improved efficiency and effectiveness of operations within the life science industry. Redd&Whyte strives to bring new and innovative solutions to many of the problems currently facing the scientific community. It is committed to meeting customers’ changing needs with unique answers to the challenges associated with the industries emerging technologies.
Hertfordshire-based Imagination Technologies Group plc (LSE:IMG) – a global leader in multimedia and communication silicon technologies – creates and licenses processor cores for graphics, video, multi-threaded embedded processing/DSP and multi-standard communications applications.
Oval Medical Technologies Limited is based in Cambridge and has broad expertise in design and development of drug delivery devices focusing on vials, prefilled syringes and autoinjectors. The company was born out of what it saw as a need for radical innovation in the design of autoinjectors.
Established in 2004, Health Enterprise East (HEE) is the NHS Innovation Hub in the East of England, based at Papworth Hospital.
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.
- John M. Brimacombe, executive chairman, Linguamatics
- David Franklin, general manager at Envisional
- Kevin Keable, Managing Director of Oilennium
- TeraView CEO, Dr Don Arnone
- 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
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