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UWE Bristol’s Launch Space Incubator is open again for applications from aspiring entrepreneurs and early-stage businesses.
International Women’s Day raises awareness of women’s rights. This year’s theme #BreakTheBias shines a light on the gender inequality that still permeates our world, especially within the workplace. Future Space is dedicated to helping women succeed in the sectors most known to be dominated by men and male voices – STEM.
Indus Fusion’s journey began here at Future Space and the University of the West of England long before they were officially founded in 2020. In June 2020 the team were awarded £75,000 from Innovate UK to develop an automated vaccine preparation service. We met up with their Co-founder Arthur Keeling to hear their story.
Last month Service Robotics took the big step of submitting their BCorp application. We caught up with their Business Development Manager, Imogen Keane, to hear their story.
Five years ago Future Space became one of four university enterprise zones in the UK, co-located with UWE Bristol, as part of a pilot to see how having businesses on campus impacts better outcomes for both students and businesses. Find out more about what makes Future Space so great.
Parm Cory-Jones has been with the Future Space team from the beginning. As we celebrate five years of the centre, we meet up with her to find out what makes Future Space so special.
Cerberus Security Laboratories joined Future Space four years ago. We caught up with Director and Co-founder Andy Lindsay to talk about their journey and what they’re working on now.
Ferryx joined Future Space in 2019. We caught up with CEO and Co-Founder Jenny Bailey to find out more about what they’re up to, as well as talking about some of the recent accolades they’ve been awarded.
Absolute Robotics is a Cobot integration, system design and supply company. We caught up with Ben Smythe, Junior Robotics Engineer, to find out more about Absolute Robotics and their journey at Future Space.