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We’ve been appointed by Teesside University to deliver two contracts supporting business growth and development across the region.

The first contract is to provide Technical Innovation Audits for Business Transformation Consultancy Services and the second is for the delivery of Web and Mobile Engineering Consultancy Services.

The contracts form part of the Innovate Tees Valley (ITV) programme and are coordinated by Teesside University in collaboration with DigitalCity. The overall aim of the ITV programme is to provide a platform to help build innovation capacity and empower businesses to break into new markets and sectors with new products and services.

Of the contract awards, David Dixon, Investment Manager, DigitalCity says, “The team at Techquity presented robust proposals supported by a proven record of delivery. Our role is to connect businesses with experts in the tech and digital industry to enable their businesses to grow and evolve. We know that the businesses working with Techquity will benefit from first class tech consultancy and wider strategic business support which will prove invaluable.”

Matt Burton, CEO, Techquity adds, “To have been selected by David and the team is a fantastic achievement and will strengthen our existing working relationship with DigitalCity and the University. We’re not a typical web development agency; we’re a team of technology consultants and in this way we’re perfectly placed to deliver the contracts. We’re committed to supporting the growth of Tees Valley’s SMEs and delivering these contracts will enable us to help organisations innovate their business models from a tech and digital perspective.”

The contracts run until 2020 and Techquity will engage with a mix of digital and non tech businesses throughout the programme.

If you want to learn more about ITV and how it could help your business visit www.innovateteesvalley.co.uk

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Elizabeth Cobbold

6th March 2019