Shropshire Chamber Business Awards 2019

Nominations for the Shropshire Chamber Business Awards are now open!

Shropshire Chamber of Commerce once again presenting the best of Shropshire’s businesses in the 19th year of the ceremony taking place on 14th June.  It is guaranteed to be a fabulous event, with great food, entertainment and a special guest speaker.

The awards are open to all businesses in Shropshire – any size, any type of business, start-ups and of course, previous winners! You don’t need to be a member of the Chamber of Commerce or any other organisation. There are 17 awards this year, so why not give it a go? Winning can be a real boost for you, your employees and your business.

There are seventeen awards in all, aiming to highlight the great work done by Shropshire businesses, and certainly many that will apply to the great companies that reside at the e-Innovation Centre.

You can apply for nomination for FREE here.

Good luck everyone!

Robot Foundry’s John in Antarctic Expedition

John Alexander, owner of EIC tenant company Robot Foundry, recently took an exciting trip to Antarctica for a photographic expedition. He spent  an action packed two weeks exploring the winter wonderland, capturing the beauty of the natural world, and spotting penguins, seals and whales.

Well done John!

Goodbye to Kensa!

A fond goodbye from all at EIC to Kensa Creative, who have been tenants in the building for many years but have now grown so much that they have acquired their own premises. The successful design marketing agency are staying in Telford and are sure to go on to bigger and better things.

Good luck guys!

Interface NRM’s Himalayan Adventurer

Dr Gavin Jordan, a Lead Auditor at Interface NRM, recently spent four weeks on a mountain climbing expedition to the world’s highest mountain range – the Himalayas. Whilst on this daring adventure he scaled the challenging peak of Ama Dablam.

He said of the challenge: “The mountain appears steep from all sides and appears pretty impenetrable. Luckily this is not the case, and there is a ridgeline that leads to the upper face providing a reasonably straightforward route – although still involving a rock pitch of Hard Very Severe and some quite steep mixed/ice climbing, sometimes involving short sections of vertical ice.”

Well done to Gavin – just another example of the kind of people we have working at the e-Innovation Centre!

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