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Skylon Park is home to the Cyber Quarter – Midlands Centre for Cyber Security, a University of Wolverhampton project with Herefordshire Council and Herfordshire Enterprise Zone. Here, Prof Tony Proctor, cyber specialist with the university, takes a look at why the White House hit the headlines for a reason other than Trump! Last week, the […]Read more
Business people across Herefordshire are being called on to help change the way young people are helped into career choices – by sharing their experience and expertise with schools and colleges. The Marches Local Enterprise Partnership and the Careers and Enterprise Company has joined forces to encourage employers and their employees to sign up to a scheme to help develop world-class careers advice across the Marches’ schools […]Read more
Construction is now complete on the £9 million state-of-the art Cyber Quarter – Midlands Centre for Cyber Security with the building officially handed over by contractor, Speller Metcalfe. When the new centre officially opens in spring 2021 on Skylon Park, Hereford Enterprise Zone, Herefordshire will be home to the UK’s leading centre of excellence in […]Read more
Hereford’s NMITE – the New Model Institute for Technology and Engineering – has begun inviting student applications as it announced it is officially open for business. The 50 students in the Pioneer Cohort will be the first graduates of NMITE’s Master’s Degree in Integrated Engineering in just over three years’ time after the institution received validation by the Open University. Marches Local […]Read more
We were delighted to give BBC Hereford & Worcester a tour around the Midlands Centre for Cyber Security this month.Read more
Businesses across Hereford were today urged to help step up the fight against the Covid-19 virus as officials warned of a spike in cases in the south of the city. Andrew Manning Cox, chair of Hereford Enterprise Zone, urged all employers and staff to be extra vigilant and work together to help limit the spread of […]Read more
Businesses are being invited to take part in one of the UK’s biggest online cyber events this month being delivered by the team behind Hereford’s Cyber Quarter – Midlands Centre for Cyber Security. The Cyber Fringe Festival, which is running from November 23-27, will features more than 100 experts from across the world who will deliver a range of strategic, operational and technical online sessions covering cyber […]Read more
Skylon Park’s Shell Store could welcome its first tenants as soon as January as the transformed building looks to support start-ups and growing companies looking for dynamic business space. Hereford Enterprise Zone has opened the doors for the first time for businesses to view the offices and conference space at the Shell Store, which has […]Read more
The dramatic transformation of Hereford’s former munitions store was unveiled today as work on the £7.3m project which will support 25 new and growing businesses neared completion. The iconic roofline of the historic Shell Store remains. But now, within its framework, is 2,500 sq metres of business space, sensitively redesigned and developed to support new […]Read more
New Model Institute for Technology and Engineering (NMITE) is to start work on a Centre for Timber Technology on Skylon Park, the latest in a series of developments by Hereford’s new university project. NMITE has appointed contractor Spellar Metcalfe to build the centre, one of three being developed on its Skylon Campus in the Hereford Enterprise Zone, which […]Read more
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