Get up-to-date with our latest news and discover how other founders have flourished by reading our case studies. The University of Portsmouth have also provided a number of these case studies to showcase their extensive support of the centre.
Portsmouth Technopole members since March 2017, Skore, the Process Mapping and Analysis Software Platform, offer an innovative new way to capture processes, engage teams and improve businesses. Skore has continued to expand rapidly in 2019, taking over another office space at the Portsmouth Technopole. In response to the demand for […]
Our congratulations to Portsmouth Technopole member Transalis Portsmouth Technopole member Transalis, a UK business automation specialist that underpins billions of pounds worth of global trade, have recently achieved the ISO 27001 a coveted accreditation in world-class management standards. Transalis has gained formal international certification ISO 27001 for its data security, […]
CityEV help Barnet Council supercharge green energy in drive for new electric vehicle charging points
CTechnopole Community member, CityEv, is helping Barnet Council promote green energy. The first 40 CityEV lamp column charging points for electric vehicles have been installed by Barnet Council as part of an ambitious programme to promote green energy.
GBS UK Immigration’s Victoria Girsa with thank-you cards from grateful clients. She is pictured in her office at Portsmouth Technopole the landmark building at Kingston Crescent, which is home to 38 companies. With up to 350 people on site, the centre is part of the University of Portsmouth’s innovation centre network. GBS UK Immigration specialises in fixed-fee immigration advice.
Adam Hardy, founder and director of Sourced Recruitment, which operates from Portsmouth Technopole. He started his firm in a flat and moved into the thriving business hub, owned by the University of Portsmouth and operated by Oxford Innovation, just over a year ago. Sourced now employs three people, with a fourth appointed in March, and is looking to upsize workspace on site due to expansion.
Martyn Randell, Managing Director of early-stage IT company Curatrix Technologies. The 10-strong firm is headquartered at Portsmouth Technopole, the landmark building at Kingston Crescent, which is home to 38 companies. With up to 350 people on site, the centre is part of the University of Portsmouth’s innovation centre network. Curatrix, derived from the Latin name for custodian, is set to grow office space at the Technopole due to growing orders.