BlinkPipe was started in late 2010 by Dave Gwilt and Alex Nancekievill, two Cambridge University alumni, who both have MBAs from London Business School.
Influential company bosses in Cambridge & the East of England in focus in our personalised Q&A.
Gary Hanson is the lead partner of the Cambridge office of BDO, an organisation with over 1,200 offices in 138 countries. A specialist in business assurance, he has over 30 years’ experience. One of his principal skills is UK/US advice and he has particular knowledge of US GAAP and its implications, working closely with BDO in the US.
Matt Meyer is CEO of Taylor Vinters, a globally influential next generation law firm with offices in Cambridge, London and Singapore. Taylor Vinters is positioning itself as an elite law firm operating internationally in the areas of technology, investment and private client business.
IMServ Europe Ltd is one of the UK’s largest independent energy data management providers. Based in Milton Keynes, the company offers carbon and energy management solutions, helping organisations across all sectors to save energy, reduce costs and control carbon.
Evi was founded in August 2005, originally under the name of True Knowledge, with the mission of powering a new kind of search experience where users can access the world’s knowledge simply by asking for the information they need in a way that is completely natural.
F-star is a leader in the development of novel bispecific antibodies. Its technology leverages decades of experience with traditional antibody technology, while overcoming the limitations of development and manufacture of bispecific antibodies.
Ash Biotech is a biotech equipment and device maker with a focus on the application of cutting-edge biology to drug discovery and pre-clinical development. The company has a biological focus on complex microscopic model organisms.
Business Weekly TVs Ellee Seymour talks to Chris Curry, founder of Care With Canary.
Care with Canary - Cambridge entrepreneur Chris Curry has devised a wireless sensor system that allows family members to remotely monitor relatives living alone, without invading their privacy, and triggers alerts.
Billy Boyle - 2Cs Communications interviews Owlstone co-founder Billy Boyle for Business Weekly TV. Billy Boyle and colleagues suspended their PhDs to form Owlstone Nanotech and launch a dime-sized sensor.
Product development and engineering consultancy, eg technology, is celebrating its 10 year anniversary in April. eg technology offers product design and development services to the medical, biotech and consumer sectors with a strong track-record of developing medical devices with CE and FDA approval.
Polatis is the world leader in optical switching technology innovations. Founded in 2005 as the merger of leading optical technology companies from Cambridge Massachusetts and Cambridge UK, Polatis combined products, technologies and resources to create new solutions for modern fibre-based networks.
Eight19 takes its name from the time it takes sunlight to reach the earth - eight minutes and 19 seconds. It’s mission is to develop the technologies and manufacturing processes that will bring off-grid solar power to a new generation of users, transforming lives and accelerating economic development.
Dawson King is CEO of pioneering healthcare startup, Cambridge Healthcare Ltd. The company is working in partnership with the NHS and Connecting for Health to develop howareyou.com, an e-Health portal for patients and healthcare professionals. The portal will integrate with the NHS IT infrastructure and provide the platform for an unlimited number of healthcare applications.
Liz Basing's Civil Service career has spanned a range of HQ and regional roles, all with a business focus and including industry sponsorship, economic intelligence, grant appraisal on both national and European schemes and a stint in the then DTI strategy unit.
With major research sites in Cambridge UK and Vienna in Austria, F-star is leading the development of the next generation of therapeutic antibodies and antibody fragments based on its unique Modular Antibody Technology.
- Michael Evans, CEO of Green-Tide Turbines
- Matthew Borg, co-managing partner of Information Transfer
- Andrew Blake, managing director of Microsoft Research Cambridge
- Peter Cowley, Camdata founder and investment director of Martlet, the new angel investment vehicle launched by Marshall of Cambridge
- Michael Priestnall, CTO of Cambridge Carbon Capture
- David Jaggard co-founder of Cambridge IT specialists Fluid
- Dr Sophien Kamoun, head of The Sainsbury Laboratory at Norwich Research Park.
- Mike Fell, partner at Key Capital Partners in Cambridge
- Andrew Webster of websters in Cambridge
- Stuart Newman, PwC’s Cambridge office senior partner
- Andy Fisher, founder of ipatter.com
- Tony Jones, director of business development, One Nucleus
- Chris Bayne, managing director for Access UK & Ireland
- Dr Shai Vyakarnam, co-founder of AcceleratorIndia
- Martyn Hanlon, commercial director of Redd&Whyte
- Tony King-Smith, VP Marketing at Imagination Technologies
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