Regular make up isn’t always effective at covering the discolouration that results from skin trauma caused by incidents such as fire, assault, chemical and firework injuries. But a cover cream range created by UK company Varama provides tailor-made coverage to suit every skin tone.
Having spent the past 27 years honing their skills helping emergency services to plan resources in the UK, a specialist Reading firm has now secured a contract to apply this knowledge to services in Canada.
A Gateshead firm specialising in home and lifestyle adaptations for people with disabilities is awash with success in China after launching an office in Shanghai.
UKTI has helped Stephen Clark’s business, Spectrum Healthcare (UK) Ltd, reach out to global markets. With health and safety rising up the agenda in countries around the world, the company’s evacuation equipment is producing healthy export sales.
UKTI have helped Dr Nik Kotecha’s pharmaceutical business to more than double its overseas sales in the past six years. Working with UKTI, he has won and delivered large tenders and widened his knowledge of overseas markets.
UKTI has helped Simon Palfreyman’s small family business, Mohdoh, to expand sales and showcase products globally. From an idea that began on a kitchen table with a few friends as customers, the business now makes 95 per cent of its sales overseas.
30.11.12 Debugging Asia
James Leslie, Business Development Director of Conidia Bioscience based in Surrey tells us how the company has brought technology for the rapid testing of microbial contamination in fuel to Singapore and Malaysia, and is now developing wider business across South East Asia.
18.10.12 A Platform for Growth
With support from UKTI Yorkshire and its Passport to Export programme, Read how IPI have won a 5 year investment worth £10 million.
09.10.12 The future’s here
Guildford-based IDBS has, since 1989, been developing and supplying data processing and management software. The company’s software can manipulate the huge datasets generated by research and development studies.
30.08.12 Breathing new life
University of Bradford department, ICT Biosciences finds new business at UKTI partnering event. Working with UKTI Yorkshire, new cancer drug development programmes in France are supported by ICT Biosciences