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In the footsteps of Sir Richard Branson

The UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) features Togeva as one of the UKs talented, early-stage technology businesses with outstanding intellectual property and innovation. Through the UKTI's Global Entrepreneur Programme (GEP), dealmakers give early stage companies the tools and knowledge they need to flourish in global markets. Download the GEP brochure to read about the GEP programme and see how you can follow in the footsteps of people like Sir Richard Branson.

Olympic Gamesmakers Shine

Congrats to the Togeva team for participating as Gamesmakers (volunteers) on the Technology Team at the 2012 Olympic Games. Well done - your volunteering was certainly appreciated by everyone. And Congrats to Team GB - what an amazing couple of weeks!!

Engaging with Cyber Security Cluster

Togeva's CEO was invited to a special meeting at Tech City Central between several Tech City companies and Malvern's Cyber Security Network group. The meeting resulted in our CEO being invited to keynote an event in Malvern which will focus on Digital Media and Cyber Security - more info soon!

Keynote at Creative Pioneers

Togeva's CEO gave the keynote address at "Creative Pioneers" Launch event at Tech City Central. The IPA's Creative Pioneers Challenge was launched on 20 March, in association with the free newspaper Metro. It offers 300 young people job opportunities across 100 companies, including Twitter, Aardman Animation, Spotify and Omnicom Media Group.The Creative Pioneers Challenge is being supported by sector skills council Creative Skillset, and in partnership with Metro, who will be running a four-month editorial and promotional campaign nationwide. In addition to Nichola Mendelsohn (IPA President) and Linda Grant (MD, Metro), entrepreneur and former Dragons' Den presenter James Caan has recently joined the Challenge as an ambassador and patron. Other patrons include UKTI business trade ambassador Brent Hoberman, and Ed Vaizey, minister for culture, communications and creative industries.