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Article archive for UK Trade & Investment (UKTI);

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    Synthetic supermaterials R&D facility to be established at Harwell(09/05/2012)

    Element Six, a global leader in synthetic diamond supermaterials, has announced that it will invest £20m constructing the world’s largest and most sophisticated synthetic supermaterials research and development facility at Harwell, Oxford. When complete in Spring 2013, the new centre will consolidate Element Six’s global R&D teams into one integrated centre and create around 50 new science jobs.

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    Campaign launches to support and raise profile of mid-sized businesses(13/01/2012)

    ‘Mid-sized businesses’ (MSBs) describes the 10,000 or so firms in the UK that do not fall into the category of either SMEs or the biggest firms. They represent just 0.2% of all UK firms – yet account for around one fifth of private sector employment and turnover - covering a range of sectors and regions and are often well-established, successful companies.

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    Autumn Statement will help get UK firms exporting says UKTI’s Nick Baird(01/12/2011)

    UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) chief executive Nick Baird has welcomed the £45m earmarked for UKTI in Chancellor George Osborne’s Autumn Statement, saying it will help get UK firms exporting. Some £10m of these funds will be used to target an extra 500 medium-sized businesses across the country each year to encourage them to export.

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    China and UK plan to deepen industry ties(16/05/2011)

    Some of the most senior figures in the Chinese aerospace and automotive industry have visited the UK to deepen business ties between China and the UK. More than 120 British companies attended the UK-China Business Exchange event, sponsored by Jaguar Land Rover, at the Heritage Motor Centre in Gaydon, Warwickshire. Business Ambassador and chief executive of GKN, Sir Kevin Smith, and the chief executive of the Technology Strategy Board, Iain Gray, gave keynote speeches at the event.

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    Government funding available for UK companies at global events(10/02/2011)

    SCS Exhibitions in association with Electronic Exporters Group (EEG) and UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) have announced a programme of supported events for the UK electronics industry through until June 2011. If you are an eligible UK company the following Global Electronics Events have the benefit of financial assistance available through UKTI funding. Examples of costs for participation with the grant support is provided. The programme for July – December 2011 will be announced soon.