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Park Royal Innovation Centre opened

first_imgA food and drink innovation centre has launched in London, with bakers high up on the priority list for business support.The Park Royal Food Innovation Centre, at Dephna House in north-west London, offers free technical, business and marketing support to food and drink production SMEs in London.However, places are limited, so companies are being urged to apply now. To qualify, businesses need to be London-based, have 250 or fewer employees, have been trading for more than a year, and have revenues no greater than €50m (£44.7m).Prior to the opening, a study mapped the types of food and drink businesses based in Park Royal and surrounding areas. It found that, of the 870 businesses in the area, bakery was the largest single-category food product. It also highlighted the need for support for SME food and drink production companies with regard to a number of areas, including: production, resource efficiency, training, facility management and design. To apply contact Sally Fowler on 020 311 02319 or email: [email protected]last_img read more

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Former national track star Waveney Benn thanks 1E CEO and founder Sumir Karayi

first_imgFORMER national middle-distance star Waveney Benn is grateful for the support given to Guyana’s CARIFTA Games team by 1E CEO and founder Sumir KarayiGuyana finished with a total of eight medals (four gold, one silver and three bronze) at the games hosted in Curacao earlier this month. It was Karayi, Benn said, who outfitted the team for the event with clothing, footwear and other paraphernalia.Karayi is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Founder of 1E Software and Services Company based in the United Kingdom.The company develops software for managing and reducing costs in IT, known as Software Lifecycle Automation.Founded in 1997, the company has more than 26 million licensees deployed worldwide, across 1 700 organisations in 42 countries. Its customers are drawn from public and private sectors across the world and include Dell, Arup, and Ford Motor Company.Benn, who represented with distinction, for a number of years at several international and regional games, including gaining medals in the 400m and 800m at the CARIFTA Games, believes local athletes deserve every help given, making mention of Karayi’s timely gesture.Benn hopes that Karayi will continue to support athletes in Guyana, especially those preparing for overseas participation.She said that the Indian businessman was pleased to make the donation and would be happy to know that he would have contributed to Guyana’s success at the games.last_img read more

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