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£100,000 to be shared across 9 low carbon start-ups on Innovation Birmingham’s accelerator programme

£100,000 of initial investment cash is being shared across nine start-ups on Innovation Birmingham’s Low Carbon Accelerator programme, which is part of the European-funded Climate-KIC initiative. A total of 16 low carbon start-ups pitched for the investment funding, in front

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Education Tech Start-Up Wambiz Secures £600,000 Investment

Innovation Birmingham Campus-based WAMBIZ, a start-up tackling the issue of student retention in further education, has secured over £600,000 of angel investment following its latest round of funding. The business creates VENs (virtual engagement networks), which connect students with educators

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CleanLaunchpad: West Midlands Bootcamp

Catherine Shelley, Climate-KIC’s Programme Development and Delivery Officer for the Accelerator Programme, shares her account of the West Midlands CleanLaunchpad Bootcamp in Birmingham. One July day, 10 teams with 10 great ideas for a low carbon world descended on Innovation Birmingham

Events

27
Aug

Entrepreneurs for the Future, BSEEN & Climate-KIC Networking Lunch

Join us in the e4f kitchen for networking, pizza and drinks with the companies on the e4f, BSEEN and Climate-KIC programmes. All are based on the ground floor of Innovation Birmingham Campus and help entrepreneurs with their start-up businesses, so why

02
Sep

3D Generation Limited invites you to explore a world of 3D printing

3D Generation Limited invites you to explore a world of 3D printing with the Stratasys Ideas series on the 2nd of September at the Innovation Birmingham Campus. Liberate your creativity. Accelerate your design process. Stratasys Mojo and uPrint 3D printers

10
Sep

BIRMINGHAM: THE SMARTER, GREENER SCIENCE CITY

BIRMINGHAM: THE SMARTER, GREENER SCIENCE CITY Wednesday 10 September 2014, 2.30pm-8pm Millennium Point, Birmingham   As part of British Science Festival, Birmingham City University is holding an event at Millennium Point showcasing local research and innovation around smarter and greener