SETSquared
, the Bristol-based tech business incubator, is set to collaborate with UKTI (UK Trade & Investment), to give British technology startups the opportunity to explore global opportunities. This deal will mean that startup companies will be given access to the UKTI’s support as well as one-to-one sessions, tips on international law and how to best raise funds internationally.

Nick Sturge, Director of Bristol’s Engine Shed, the home of SETSquared said;

“There are huge opportunities for UK companies, particularly those in the technology sector, to spread their wings overseas and this latest partnership will give local businesses the information and help they need to make the leap.

“For small startups, the prospect of winning in international markets can be daunting but the success of our companies that have expanded overseas is proof of the rewards it can bring.”

“There are huge opportunities for UK companies, particularly those in the technology sector, to spread their wings overseas”

 

With SETSquared ranked at #1 in Europe and second worldwide for its incubation programme scheme it has developed and nurtured over 1000 high-tech startups, generating a staggering £1bn in total investments we can think of no better organisation to be help new UK companies set their sights on overseas markets.

For more information on SETSquared, follow them on Twitter at @SETSquared.

Via: InsiderMedia

Joshua Howse-Stuart