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  • Outset Cornwall Start-up Support

    Fed up of the 9-5? Want a better work-life balance? Why not let 2018 be the year you become your own boss.

    Outset Cornwall, the region’s leading business startup experts have helped hundreds of people start and grow their own businesses through their programme of fully funded start-up support. Could you be another of Outset’s success stories in 2018?

  • Ideas for cutting-edge innovations: apply for business funding

    UK business can apply for a share of up to £19 million to help them develop products and services of the future.

    Projects could fit into one of Innovate UK’s 4 priority areas of emerging and enabling technologies, health and life sciences, infrastructure systems and manufacturing and materials, or be outside them.

  • South West Growth Fund stimulating the regional economy

    Ambitious businesses are benefiting from the South West Growth Fund, an £8.7million fund that is set to create 1,136 new jobs. Ninety businesses across the region, from Gloucestershire to Cornwall, have now received grants of up to £1million to improve infrastructure and accelerate their growth.

  • PIC Christmas Pop-up Shop

    In December PIC held a pop-up shop for its clients, showcasing a variety of goodies for clients to sample and purchase in time for Christmas.

  • On TRAC for global growth - TRAC joins the PharmaLex Group

    As of 10th November 2017, the PharmaLex Group, a leading specialist provider of development consulting, regulatory affairs, quality management & compliance, as well as pharmacovigilance, has completed the formal merger with TRAC Services Ltd (TRAC).

    TRAC, based in Redruth, was founded in 2001 by Jonathan and Sarah Trethowan. The company offers a full suite of regulatory affairs services to the global pharmaceutical industry and works with a variety of clients from SMEs to large multinational corporations.

  • Plymouth University academic receives award for work to enhance understanding of the geosciences

    An academic at the University of Plymouth has been presented with an international award in recognition of his efforts to enthuse the public about geology.

    Iain Stewart, Professor of Geoscience Communication and Director of the Sustainable Earth Institute, received the Outstanding Contribution to Public Understanding of the Geosciences award from the American Geosciences Institute (AGI).