The Consortium was established to harness the 200+ years’ combined business experience and brain-power of like-minded individuals, who had the good fortune to work together under the auspices of the Essex Innovation Programme (EIP), over the last few years. The EIP funded The Consortium Members to mentor pre-start-ups, start-ups, scales-ups and established SMEs, to ensure their survival and growth. This programme was a success, as measured by its key performance indicators (KPIs). These case studies include business and product development services, mentoring, coaching and consulting, and other business-related services, delivered either via the EIP or privately, or via our individually-owned businesses.
These case studies will give you an idea of what we can do for your business, although no two businesses are alike and we will tailor our services according to your particular needs, at any given time. Call or email us for a no-obligation chat, to see how we can help your business to succeed and grow from strength to strength.
Ultimotive manufactures car cleaning chemicals in UK, marketing them worldwide using licensed brand names Turtle Wax, Williams Car Care, Moto GP, Michelin and Stayzon. Car wash and auto detailing market is worth £8.461bn with an annual growth rate of 2.46%.
Sky-Pod Limited is an Essex based company that has designed and developed an innovative tent that is suspended above the ground, rather than staked to the ground. Using military grade fabrics and textiles, its unique structure is based on the experience of a Company Director.
Excalibur Screwbolts are the creators of the original patented high-strength twin helix threaded anchor that has revolutionised bolt fixing in the global construction industry, serving the global engineering and construction industries in projects across tunnelling, railways, scaffolding, formwork, etc.
Df2020 are pioneers in Chatbot Technology and have spent years developing and creating solutions for financial services and the health sector to name but a few. Adding significant value to organisations, improving individual decision-making by simplifying and streamlining the use of complex knowledge.
Cheeky Panda (importers of sustainable tissue paper) joined Essex Innovation Programme as a start-up in March 2016 working with Mentors Graham Broughton and Sarah Brockwell. The company was about to launch a crowdfunding campaign to finance stock acquisition. The company wished to raise brand awareness via PR.
British Institute of Facilities Management was facing challenging times in the commercial property market 2010 onwards and were looking for new and innovative ways to manage a membership organisation.