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Life Sciences Hub Wales presents the LS: NEXUS – the intersection of collaboration, innovation and funding.

The LS: NEXUS is a series of life sciences events held across Wales that promote and showcase the latest public funding, innovative approaches and collaboration opportunities for projects from industry, academia, and healthcare. LS NEXUS – North Wales DATE: 20 February 2017. TIME: 09:30-12:30 LOCATION: The OpTIC Centre, Glyndŵr University St Asaph, Ffordd William Morgan, St. […]

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UK Space Industry – Exploring opportunities in the supply chain

Thursday 9th March 2017 at OpTIC Technology Centre, St Asaph, North Wales, LL17 0JD Conference and Exhibition from 9.30am to 1.30pm. Space Forum Meeting from 1.30pm to 3.30pm   The Space Industry offers enormous potential to grow the economy. It’s not a niche industry but a fast growing, high tech, industrial and scientific sector.  The UK […]

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Office Development Open Morning, Friday 18th November

You are invited to join us for the launch of our exclusive ‘new Vision’ office development Open morning. Friday 18th November 7.30am – 9.30am Refreshments and breakfast baps will be provided! New Vision Business Park Glascoed Road, St. Asaph, Denbighshire. LL17 0LP. Telephone: 01745 583556 for further information or visit www.pureresidentialandcommercial.co.uk  

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Space for Space Industry and other High Tech Businesses

Do you have a high tech/innovative business, or are you looking to relocate, up size or down size?  Would you like to benefit from a low risk, supportive environment? Following the recent graduation of one of OpTIC Technology Centre’s most successful companies, Kent Periscopes (a Gooch and Housego Company), space for high tech businesses is […]

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Jane Lewis Sponsor Ysgol Esgob Morgan

A local school’s eco club project to teach students about the benefits of sustainable and ecological farming has been boosted by a donation from local healthcare agency Jane Lewis. Jane Lewis made the donation to assist Ysgol Esgob Morgan with the purchase of a Chicken House aptly named the Omelette Chicken House and in return […]

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How to Plan Successful Marketing

30th November 2016 from 8.45am to 11am OpTIC Technology Centre, St Asaph Business Park, LL17 0JD This free interactive workshop will focus on your business and your current marketing challenges. Successful marketing planning will: • Help you market your product or service more effectively • Maximise your marketing return on investment • Increase your profitability […]

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Jon Beadman Appointed Operations Manager at Jane Lewis

St Asaph-based healthcare recruitment business Jane Lewis has announced the appointment of Jon Beadman as Operations Manager after an exceptional period of growth for the company. Beadman brings to the newly created position nearly 25 years’ of experience in employment related services and most recently headed up contracts delivering the Government’s flagship Work Programme across […]

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Launch of OpTIC Centre Space Incubation Programme

OpTIC Centre, St Asaph, LL17 0JD Wednesday 6th July 2016 from 9:30am to 3:30pm Glyndŵr Innovations has been successful in receiving funding from the UK Space Agency The investment will support start-up companies across the breadth of the space arena and grow the industry in the region – an important path in realising the UK […]

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Tech centre perfectly placed to capitalise on new partnerships and grant victory

A world-leading North Wales technology centre is perfectly placed to capitalise on a ground-breaking grant and new partnerships with two top universities. Wrexham Glyndŵr University’s OpTIC Technology Centre in St Asaph is a “prime example” of how a successful research and design cluster should operate, according to new Vice-Chancellor, Professor Maria Hinfelaar. Speaking at a […]

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Dragons Business Network raise £1,375 for Marie Curie

Members of Dragons Business Network have raised £1,375 for Marie Curie by undertaking a sponsored walk up Snowdon.  Members of the networking group wanted to show their support after the daughter of one of the members sadly passed away aged 41.  Kathleen Harker had battled cancer since 2012.  She fell ill on one final holiday […]

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