Exeter graduates and Co-Founders, Jesse Wilson and Tom Jordan are no strangers to the world of business, having quit regular jobs to pursue the dream of running their own craft beer company, Jubel. Just one year since they launched, they have secured distribution in more than 600 Sainsbury's stores in four countries.
The University of Exeter has a new Entrepreneur in Residence, appointed as part of a Royal Society scheme, to support UK universities in translating world-leading research and entrepreneurial vision into new businesses and commercial products.
Muddy Duck Productions, a graduate business made up of four Zoology graduates from the University of Exeter's Cornwall Campus have developed international opportunities with their work, which aims to help promote science and conservation through media.
The Duke met with key representatives from the University's Student Startup team, when he visited The Deck at the Streatham Campus on Monday, February 18 2019.
Earlier this month, SETsquared Exeter welcomed the Digital Catapult to Exeter Science Park Centre for an intensive one-day workshop for cyber startups. The region is developing a reputation for cyber security with a growing number of cyber security business and networks, including the South West Cyber Security Cluster.
Luminous, a research and development company, who design and manufacture innovative hardware for global sporting events, West End and Broadway shows were announced winners in two categories at the recent Exeter Living Awards.