Another award for Global EdTech firm

Congratulation to Telford Innovation Campus tenants, Scanning Pens, the Global EdTech firm has made another high-profile addition to its awards cabinet with the Australian Disability Service Conference and Awards prize for the Best Assistive Technology Product of 2022. The new accolade joins a Queen’s Award for Business for International Trade presented in 2021, and a double win at the BETT Awards for Exporter of the Year and Company of the Year in 2019 and 2020 respectively.

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Telford Tenant Company Scanning Pens CEO Jack Churchill Elected to ATiA Board of Directors

Award-winning international EdTech firm Scanning Pens has received another honour in the form of CEO Jack Churchill’s appointment to the Assistive Technology Industry Association Board of Directors at the ATiA 2022 Conference earlier this month.

Find out more in the Scanning Pens blog here…

Hear from Jack  as he shares this exciting news




Cyber Fringe Festival

REMINDER: Cyber security related presentations, panels and workshops will be running until 10th December 2021.
After a successful premier in 2020, which featured 42 talks with delegates from 23 countries, the Cyber Fringe Festival is back for a second year. The 2021 festival will once again be delivered primarily online with some face-to-face workshops and focuses on various topics of importance around cyber security.
Find out more and book your place here…

New cyber building officially opened in Herefordshire

The new £9 million Cyber Quarter – Midlands Centre for Cyber Security based at Skylon Park on the Herefordshire Enterprise Zone was officially opened on Monday 6 December 2021

The centre is a joint venture between the University of Wolverhampton and Herefordshire Council and is part-funded by the Government’s Local Growth Fund, via the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
Read the press release here.. View the images from the official opening