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AMO.ai receive share of £300m joint government and industry funding to boost UK manufacturing capabilities

Great news for Surrey members AMO.ai who have been awarded a share of funding provided by the government and industry to boost innovation in the manufacturing sector. More specifically, the funding will be used by businesses to find creative ways to increase productivity which in turn will save...

SETsquared 2020 Invest - Applications now open!!

SETsquared supported companies now have the opportunity to apply to SETsquared's 2020 Invest Event.

The showcase offers technology start-ups an unrivalled opportunity to raise investment to take their business to the next level.

For the past 17 years, SETsquared has staged this...

Smart Separations Crowdfunding and Innovate UK Success

Smart Separations is delighted to announce that it has been awarded a £50K grant by the IUK Business Led Innovation in Response to Global Disruption. The funding was provided through the Government’s modern industrial strategy by UK Research and Innovation. This funding will allow SSL to complete...

Playwaze close £400K funding round

Playwaze Ltd, a SaaS business providing a digital platform for managing and participating in sport and physical activity, has successfully completed a £400,000 funding round with a £200,000 investment from the Enterprise M3 Growth Fund, managed by The FSE Group.

Physical activity,...

Promising business growth throughout pandemic for disruptive gaming start-up

Despite the restrictions surrounding businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, SETsquared Surrey’s newest ad tech member Real Media Now has found success. Following a recent round of investment, the company has rolled out its new platform and won several new customers.

The...

Keeping track of the care sector in a post COVID-19 England

Amidst the crisis of COVID-19 many have argued that the NHS – and specifically the social care sector – should be better funded. This echoes the thoughts of NHS England boss Sir Simon Stevens who recently outlined in a BBC interview that the pandemic had shone a “very harsh spotlight” on the “...

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