Quarterly Cluster Meet Up With BetaDen
23 Feb 2023
to 23 Feb 2023
Time: 5pm - 7pm
Location: Malvern Hills Science Park
Join us on Thursday 23rd February from 5pm - 7pm at Malvern Hills Science Park for our new cluster meet up event which is partnered with BetaDen. This is a networking opportunity for the local tech community to meet businesses, industry leaders and other like-minded experts over a drink or two!
This month we partnered up with BetaDen and combined our two networks, to ensure maximum exposure for this exciting event. Join us and meet local businesses, industry leaders and other like-minded experts, and learn more about the local technology & cyber landscape. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
Learn more about the local technology and cyber landscape and opportunities that are emerging. We hope to see you there!
Director of Midlands Cyber and borwell Ltd
Hear from Steve, who has an Electronic Engineering degree and an interest in software engineering and technology.
Steve founded borwell Ltd in 2003 and for over 20 years the borwell team has been supporting businesses, prime contractors and Governments around the world with software solutions that are secure and reliable.
CEO and Co-founder at 3CT Security
Hear from Cameron who is the CEO and Co-founder of 3CT Security. He has been working in the Cyber Security industry for the last 8 years specialising in Cyber Essentials, ISO 27001, Cyber Security training and Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) investigations. He co-founded 3CT Security to help deliver these cyber security services to a wide range of organisations.
Business Director at D-RisQ
Hear from Nick Tudor who is the Business Director of D-RisQ.
Since acquiring 20 years of experience with the Royal Air Force, Nick has spent nearly 2 further decades within the aerospace, autonomous systems and automotive industries in various roles in large business and SMEs. Nick is an active supporter of the international effort to refresh DO178 and is a member of the Forum for Aeronautical Software.
BetaDen is unique in the technology accelerator space, they provide an award-winning platform for businesses to develop next-generation technology.
As an independent accelerator, it is not beholden to any university or commercial partner, allowing founders to develop their technology in the way they see best without vested interests steering their direction - removing some of the commercial sensitivities involved in participating in tech-specific programmes and thereby boosting the value it adds to participants.
The diversity of their cohort is a real strength for them, allowing greater collaboration and cross-fertilisation of ideas than is possible in other settings. By not charging founders for the services from BetaDen, the accelerator programme is truly accessible to anyone with a good tech idea.