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TBAT Innovation opens office in Oxford

Posted 23 April 2019 · Add Comment

East Midlands based TBAT Innovation Ltd have opened a second office, which is located in the heart of Oxford.

TBAT Innovation's new office is situated within the Milton Park Innovation Centre (Milton Park, Innovation Centre, Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX14 4SH), which is a thriving science and technology hub serving Oxford and the South East in general.

By opening an office in Oxford, it aims to broaden its holistic range of funding services to an extended range of businesses and continue delivering support to innovative organisations, assisting them to access the funding needed for their R&D projects, whether that be through Grant Funding, Private Investment, Grant Claim Management or R&D Tax Credits, whilst still also maintaining its presence in the East Midlands.

In the coming weeks and months, the Oxford team is involved in numerous events, helping to promote the office and the vital funding services it can provide to the innovative businesses of the South East and will be hosting regular drop‐in sessions in some of Oxford’s prominent Innovation Centres.



Managing Director, Matt Symonds (above) said: “We’re really excited to be opening a second office in Oxford, as a key part of our growth strategy this has been in the planning for some while, so it is good to see it come to fruition. We’re looking forward to working with existing and new networks in and around Oxford to deliver innovation funding support to businesses. The response so far from everyone has been brilliant, very enthusiastic and we look forward to growing the Oxford team.”

It will be hosting a Breakfast Event* at Milton Park on 22nd May 2019 to bring together new and existing Oxfordshire connections to help build an extensive and innovative network in the area.


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