vtc Group Corporate Update

Posted on February 2, 2017

The Virtual Technology Cluster Group (“The VTC Group”)   Corporate Update New cluster launched and raising capital to expand The Virtual Technology Cluster Group (“The VTC Group”) connects technology solutions ranging from university projects, to SMEs and AIM listed companies, with multi-national organisations seeking innovation. It is pleased to provide the following update on a successful 2016 and provide an outlook for 2017. The first cluster, focused on UK cyber security IP and services, and launched
London’s Virtual Technology Cluster (VTC) Group has launched a capital raise on early-stage investment platform Funderbeam that it says will help its SME members raise their own investment on the platform. The capital rise, which VTC said is the first step in a long-term partnership with the Estonia-based platform, will help support the high-growth businesses in its network and eventually give SMEs access to a growing global investor base. Operating on its virtual cluster model,
The Virtual Technology Cluster Group (VTC Group), which connects small innovative companies with blue chip organisations, is raising capital to support the high growth businesses within its network. By working with SMEs, the VTC Group is a key asset in helping them expand as it gains a deep insight into the models, IP, management and commercial opportunities of these companies. The VTC Group is raising capital through Funderbeam in Estonia, the world’s first primary and secondary
The Virtual Technology Cluster Group, which connects small innovative companies with blue chip organisations seeking innovation, aims to take advantage of Funderbeam’s “borderless liquid marketplace” The Virtual Technology Cluster Group has partnered with blockchain-based investment marketplace technology Funderbeam to help high-growth SMEs raise capital. VTC, which is paid by sponsors to run centres which help multinationals attract emerging and disruptive innovators, will also raise its own capital on the Estonia-based platform as it seeks to
The Virtual Technology Cluster (VTC) Group, an organization that wants to help major multinational companies to attract emerging and disruptive technology innovators to their supply chain, announced a partnership with Deloitte — one of the world’s “Big Four” accounting firms — to create a Deloitte Healthcare Virtual Technology Cluster (Deloitte VTC). The creation of the Deloitte VTC seems especially interesting in view of the current emphasis on innovative blockchain solutions for the healthcare industry. Bitcoin
Speaking with Bitcoin Magazine, Stevens explained the role that blockchain technology can play in Deloitte VTC. She said that secure information exchange is as important in healthcare as in finance, adding that the exact application will depend on what the corporate sponsors are looking to solve / provide for their customers. “Blockchain innovators who have technology or skills and capabilities in this area will become members of the Deloitte VTC to try and find opportunities