After an exciting three and a half years, Auriol Stevens has decided to step down as CEO of Inogesis and bring on board a new leader to continue the growth of the company. Her successor, Rob Kerner (https://www.linkedin.com/in/robkerner) is excellently placed to continue the focus on growing the company’s market presence, working with some of the most exciting innovators in the UK as part of a number of government programmes and corporate led challenges. A
Business connector launched, together with Healthcare cluster and new funding partner London, 18 July – Inogesis, evolved from the VTC Group, has been launched to better connect blue-chip organisations with disruptive start-ups, spinouts and growth companies to jointly win new revenues and solve business issues. Inogesis has also created a strategic partnership with a global investment platform, VTC Capital, to provide the capital small companies need to work successfully with enterprises. These developments represent a

Innovation Curation -Cyber Exchange

Posted on May 5, 2017
Category: In The Press, News
The UK has a great reputation for innovation. Many “lightbulb moments” remain on the drawing board, start-ups form around others and ultimately, some transition into successful products and services. The path between can be complex and difficult to navigate, especially achieving that all-important first sale. Large organisations can by nature struggle to innovate and also find it difficult and costly to gamble on an unproven idea. How can small and large companies achieve great things
Since the turn of the year we have been busy and we wanted to share some our activities with you. Successful Fundraise: At the end of February, we completed a successful fundraise through the Funderbeam platform and exceeded our fundraising target.   New Cyber VTC Members: We are happy to announce that we have researched and signed up as members a whole new range of exciting SMEs that have now been added to our cyber
The four-year programme will help cyber security SMEs hone their business skills through mentoring and workshops that support their growth   LONDON, UK, 17 February 2017 – Digital Catapult announces that it has secured up to £1.1m in funding from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), to deliver Cyber 101, a business advice and mentoring programme to help new UK cyber security firms grow and succeed. Delivered in collaboration with a strong consortium
31 January 2017   The Virtual Technology Cluster Group (“The VTC Group”)     Raising capital to support evolving business model and to build on success     The Virtual Technology Cluster Group (“The VTC Group”), which connects small innovative companies with blue chip organisations seeking innovation, is raising capital to support the high growth businesses within it’s network. By working with SMEs, the VTC Group is a key asset in helping them expand as it