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SkillsBoost Worcestershire is a new programme to help organisations with the costs of upskilling and training their employees.

In today’s competitive landscape, the requirement for enhanced skills and training poses a significant hurdle for many businesses, not just in Worcestershire but nationwide. Recognising this challenge, Worcestershire’s District Councils working with the County Council, has rolled out an innovative programme, designed to make training more accessible and affordable than ever before. ...

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04 Apr 2024

As a founder launching a new business in the UK, safeguarding your intellectual property (IP) is crucial. Your ideas, inventions, and brand identity are the cornerstones of your enterprise's success, making it vital to take proactive steps to protect them from infringement or misuse.

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03 Apr 2024

Embarking on the journey to bring a tech product to market can be both exhilarating and daunting. Our expert mentor Duncan Knight shares his top 3 tips for technology entrepreneurs looking to accelerate this process..

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08 Mar 2024

BetaDen's Cohort 7.0 founder Alison Skidmore was interviewed today on BBC Radio Hereford & Worcester by double Sony award-winning radio presenter Malcolm Boyden.

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28 Feb 2024

A Worcestershire technology business that empowers pupils to take control of their mental wellbeing and navigate the challenges of school life is celebrating after hitting landmark user numbers.

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13 Feb 2024

Did you catch our Cohort 7.0 founder Alison Skidmore of EaseTwist on the latest episode of MoneyBox Live on BBC Radio 4?

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31 Jan 2024

BetaDen, Worcestershire’s award-winning technology accelerator, has announced a new partnership deal for its past and present early-stage technology businesses.

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