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Falmouth Launchpad

Falmouth Launchpad Becomes a Global Start-up Studio

April 7, 2021

Falmouth University’s venture studio, Launchpad, has been accepted into the Global Start-up Studio Network (GSSN). A highly curated community of start-up studios, GSSN exist to give start-ups the power to create and grow powerful businesses and make a meaningful impact, wherever they call home. James Murray, Head of the Launchpad…

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Online event: Digital Horizon – Forward-thinking for changing times

March 19, 2021

The first Digital Transformation online event ‘Digital Horizon’ will take place on Friday March 26th as part of the launch of a brand new ERDF-funded programme for Cornwall and IOS. Organisers at Unlocking Potential are encouraging SME’s to attend to hear from keynote and digital transformation expert Niall McKeown to…

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Tech Nation Report 2021

Tech Nation Report 2021: Lifting the lid on how UK Tech boomed in 2020

March 17, 2021

The UK tech sector has shown both remarkable resilience and growth in 2020 in spite of unprecedented challenges across the Covid-19 pandemic and Brexit uncertainty according to the Tech Nation Report 2021. Insights from the Tech Nation Report 2021 reveal a number of successes the UK can celebrate, including world-leading…

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Gateway to tech with EU-funded Business Clusters

Gateway to Tech with EU-Funded Business Clusters

March 12, 2021

Software Cornwall is putting the call out to local software companies to get in touch regarding business clusters; a new incentive that will provide adults with training and experience to lead a new career path in tech, helping to plug the software skills gap in Cornwall. As part of a…

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TECGirls: Annual Insights Report 2020

TECGirls launch pilot Annual Insights Report 2020

March 8, 2021

TECGirls has launched the 2020 pilot Annual Insights Report today on International Women’s Day. The goal for the Annual Insights Report was to “create a baseline of understanding around the current attitudes towards TEC from young girls and their parents” and to “understand what type of TEC related activities were…

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