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Innovation Birmingham Campus-based Petalite launches campaign to raise £30,000 for production of portable, eco-friendly smartphone battery

Innovation Birmingham Campus-based start-up Petalite is gearing up for the launch of its £30,000 crowdfunding campaign on indiegogo.com. Over 600 people have pre-registered to order a portable, smartphone life-extending Petalite battery when the first batch comes off the production line

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£500,000 of investment in 12 months for Innovation Birmingham Campus-based Learning Labs

Innovation Birmingham Campus-based Learning Labs Ltd, which has created an innovative method of learning languages through the use of custom printed Post-it Notes, has secured a second round of funding. The custom-printed notes – called FlashSticks – have been developed

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City planners give iCentrumTM the green light as waiting list grows for space at the Innovation Birmingham Campus

Birmingham City Council has given the green light for Innovation Birmingham’s iCentrumTM building. The scheme will enable much-needed expansion of the Innovation Birmingham Campus, located off Holt Street, next to Aston University. Funding is in place to ensure work can

Events

23
Oct

Big Data – from Science and Medicine to Business Innovation

Data collection and exploitation is a growing phenomenon.  Every single minute, the world generates 1.7 million billion bytes of data; over 6 megabytes of data for each person every day. As a result, the data sector is growing by 40%

24
Oct

Dell Workshop – Selling to the Public Sector

This workshop is the first in the Dell Series of scheduled workshops to take place at Innovation Birmingham.  Gavin Stothart is the Account Direct at Dell in the Health Care & Life Sciences department.  This will be an informal and

28
Oct

Boulton & Watt Commemoration Lecture – Aston University/Lunar Society Event

The bad financial practices and poor risk assessment models, revealed by the 2008 global economic crash will be discussed by a leading Birmingham business expert.   Professor George Feiger, Dean of Aston Business School, will explain the market structures, systems