The Innovation Awards are open

Innovation is vital for the UK’s economic growth, productivity and prosperity.
The Innovation Awards were designed to recognise, celebrate and reward the businesses, organisations and individuals who are dedicated to innovation.
They are open to individuals, businesses and organisations including universities, LEPs, catapults, trade associations and memberships from across the UK. Find out more and register your interest here

News from e-Innovation tenants, BuildFifty5.

News from e-Innovation tenants, BuildFifty5.

Director Kieran Danby standing outside one of Buildfifty5 Living’s schemesWhilst the pandemic closed much of the UK economy, for this Shropshire-based business, it presented an opportunity to develop the strategy for its new division and the chance to be involved in the redevelopment of brown field sites that will improve housing and care provision of its home county.

Read more on this article, courtesy of the Shropshire Star newspaper Firm to focus on the redevelopment of Shropshire | Shropshire Star


Market your business on a shoestring FREE online event

A FREE workshop from the ‘Growth Hub Guru’ program

Don’t have a big budget set aside for marketing?  Find out what you can do yourself without spending a lot.

Wed, 6 April 2022 – 12:00 – 13:00

The Marches Growth Hub Telford has joined forces with a panel of expert consultants called “The Growth Hub Gurus” to deliver a program of virtual workshops to help Marches based businesses thrive in 2022.

This online workshop is for businesses within Telford and Wrekin, Shropshire and Hereford, you can find out more about this event and register your attendance HERE

Director of e-IC company applies management skills for United Nations

Dr Gavin Jordan, the Director of Interface-NRM Ltd, a company specialising in quality and environmental management certification, is based at the E-Innovation centre on the Telford campus.

He has taken a secondment from Interface for 6 months, working for the United Nations as their Principal Programme Management Officer for Sustainable Supply Chain Management, based at the United Nations Global Service Centre in Italy.
The role involves developing an approach and methodology to assess, improve and add value to global peace keeping operations, through improvements to supply chains and associated data.

Gavin has said that this is a great opportunity to apply a management systems and data led approach to one of the most demanding supply chain situations globally! The work he is conducting focuses on Mali, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and South Sudan.