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Creators of Britain's Innovation Economy to Showcase the Technologies of the Future at the Fifth SETsquared Partnership Showcase 2008
Date:10/10/2008

rtnership Showcase 2008 and the guest speaker is Steve Purdham, founder and ex-CEO of SurfControl and CEO and Founder Investor of We7 Ltd.

Simon Bond, Centre Director for SETsquared at the University of Bath, commented: "For any potential investor in the UK's innovation economy this is the event of the year. Nowhere else will they find such a breadth of technology breakthroughs presented in a brief, clear and concise way by the individuals that will drive these success stories of the future. The twenty businesses represented are R&D intensive, scalable businesses based on British technical intellectual property that addresses global market opportunities."

About the SETsquared Business Acceleration Centres

The SETsquared Business Acceleration Centres support early-stage, technology, high-growth potential ventures both from within and outside the universities of Bath, Bristol, Southampton and Surrey to accelerate their businesses. Each Centre provides business mentoring to entrepreneurs and business professionals, and office space. Participants have access to 450-seasoned technology entrepreneurs, investors and support professionals.

Over the last 3 years, companies supported by the centres have raised over 120m GBP and created over 1000 jobs. Over 100 businesses have "graduated" from the centres, typically after 18 months to 3 years, and with expended services now over 100 are currently being supported within the Partnership.

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Further information:

Simon Bond, Centre Director, SETsquared Partnership, University of Bath:

Email: simon.bond@setsquared.co.uk

Telephone: +44 (0)1225 388682

Karen Brooks, Programme Director, SETsquared Partnership:

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