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Technology Business News - Energy storage and battery pioneer AceOn has thrown its weight behind a new campaign by Prince Charles to build a sustainable future for the planet. The Prince is urging firms to do more to protect the planet and its natural resources by joining his Terra Carta or Earth Charter scheme, which also aims to raise 7.3bn to invest in the natural world. AceOn Energy managing director Richard Partington said the company was delighted to be among the first to officially pledge its support to the campaign.


AceOn backs Prince Charles' new Earth Charter

Technology Business News - Clickingmad, based at Castle Terrace in Bridgnorth, had its best ever year in 2020 after securing and delivering projects for several new contracts including Ascot Lloyd, one of the UK s fastest growing independent financial advice firms and UK manufacturer Tension Control Bolts.


Unprecedented demand for digital drives new appointments for web agency

Technology Business News - Three of the major industry partners in the region are to work closer together for the good of the local economy as part of a new 12-month pilot.


Innovative project for Midlands industry partners

Technology Business News - The Leamington Spa games hub will open its virtual doors in February 2021 to showcase the talent and creativity of video games studios in the region.


Virtual return for Interactive Futures 2021

Technology Business News - The pandemic has highlighted the importance of having someone to turn to when faced with challenges at work. Being unable to see colleagues in person has removed a channel of support that many rely upon, making it increasingly difficult to overcome any issues, whether technical or personal.


The change consultancy putting mentoring at its heart

Technology Business News - A Government-backed consultation, which closed at the end of November, has been seeking views from IP firms, innovators and other interested parties about whether a machine can be named as the inventor when seeking patent protection for an innovation.


Academic debate on inventorship must not discourage AI-enabled innovation

Technology Business News - A popular Wasps podcast hosted by two of the club s first team players has returned to the airwaves at its new state-of-the-art home in Leamington.


Popular Wasps podcast returns to airwaves

Technology Business News - A leading business organisation has launched a new website as part of a free nationwide programme to help SMES in Coventry and Warwickshire overcome the Coronavirus pandemic and achieve future success. The Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership CWLEP Growth Hub has created a microsite on www.finditincw.co.


New website launched to help C&W SMEs

Technology Business News - In any given year, there would usually be several key events taking place across the UK giving businesses the opportunity to network, meet industry partners and showcase their latest products.


UK farm machinery supplier set for continued success thanks to web experts

Technology Business News - A Coventry IT company that spends its days protecting clients computer networks from nasty bugs has installed some virus protection of its own.


Coventry IT firm gets virus protection of its own








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Technology Business News - Three of the major industry partners in the region are to work closer together for the good of the local economy as part of a new 12-month pilot.


Innovative project for Midlands industry partners

Technology Business News - Clickingmad, based at Castle Terrace in Bridgnorth, had its best ever year in 2020 after securing and delivering projects for several new contracts including Ascot Lloyd, one of the UK s fastest growing independent financial advice firms and UK manufacturer Tension Control Bolts.


Unprecedented demand for digital drives new appointments for web agency

Technology Business News - Energy storage and battery pioneer AceOn has thrown its weight behind a new campaign by Prince Charles to build a sustainable future for the planet. The Prince is urging firms to do more to protect the planet and its natural resources by joining his Terra Carta or Earth Charter scheme, which also aims to raise 7.3bn to invest in the natural world.


AceOn backs Prince Charles' new Earth Charter

Technology Business News - The Leamington Spa games hub will open its virtual doors in February 2021 to showcase the talent and creativity of video games studios in the region.


Virtual return for Interactive Futures 2021

Technology Business News - A popular Wasps podcast hosted by two of the club s first team players has returned to the airwaves at its new state-of-the-art home in Leamington. Tom Cruse and Josh Bassett recently visited 1 Mill Street - a next generation co-working complex in the town - to record an episode of their Any Sting Goes podcast in the building s professional video and sound studio.


Popular Wasps podcast returns to airwaves

Technology Business News - A specialist in developing point of sale systems and e-commerce apps for the hospitality industry has seen major growth during 2020 despite the sector being hit hardest by Covid-19. Epos Anytime has been trading for several years, but during the past six months and adapting to the pandemic it has seen its fastest rate of growth.


Tech business expands into new Coventry office after 2020 growth

Technology Business News - A leading business organisation has launched a new website as part of a free nationwide programme to help SMES in Coventry and Warwickshire overcome the Coronavirus pandemic and achieve future success. The Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership CWLEP Growth Hub has created a microsite on www.finditincw.co.


New website launched to help C&W SMEs

Technology Business News - A Coventry IT company that spends its days protecting clients computer networks from nasty bugs has installed some virus protection of its own. PS4B, which is based at Electric Wharf in Coventry and supports hundreds of businesses and organisations with IT management across the region, wanted to ensure it was taking every possible step to be Covid-19 secure.


Coventry IT firm gets virus protection of its own

Technology Business News - The pandemic has highlighted the importance of having someone to turn to when faced with challenges at work. Being unable to see colleagues in person has removed a channel of support that many rely upon, making it increasingly difficult to overcome any issues, whether technical or personal.


The change consultancy putting mentoring at its heart

Technology Business News - In any given year, there would usually be several key events taking place across the UK giving businesses the opportunity to network, meet industry partners and showcase their latest products.


UK farm machinery supplier set for continued success thanks to web experts

Technology Business News - A Government-backed consultation, which closed at the end of November, has been seeking views from IP firms, innovators and other interested parties about whether a machine can be named as the inventor when seeking patent protection for an innovation. The consultation was prompted by an earlier decision at the UK Intellectual Property Office in an important test case, known as DABUS.


Academic debate on inventorship must not discourage AI-enabled innovation

Technology Business News - Two bespoke joinery and furniture companies in Coventry which design and manufacture high-quality products have invested nearly 500,000 in cutting-edge technology, its factory and renovations.


Cutting-edge technology transforms Coventry businesses

Technology Business News - A Coventry IT firm which was able to attract new clients during the pandemic is now aiming to expand its team. Syscomm, based in Electric Wharf, was able to retain its key clients as the pandemic began to worsen, and acquired new clients who found their previous IT firms unable to cope with demand as the crisis deepened.


Coventry IT firm expanding team despite pandemic

Technology Business News - One of the UK s leading video game developers is opening a new studio in Leamington Spa, creating an estimated 60 new jobs by 2022. Having recently developed the smash-hit game, Fall Guys Ultimate Knockout, Mediatonic is continuing its record of expansion by moving into 1 Mill Street a new vibrant co-working space.


Video game developer expanding into Leamington, creating 60 jobs








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