Phasix is an established UK based outsource provider of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) testing services to the semiconductor design industry, trading in many countries. Semiconductor companies regularly purchase these services to qualify the robustness of newly developed packaged semiconductor devices. These integrated circuits or ICs the little black chips that are present in virtually every modern electronic device […]
Case Studies: UK success in India
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Bourn Hall made headlines around the world back in 1978, when the genius of scientist Robert Edwards and gynaecologist Dr Patrick Steptoe led to the birth of the first ‘test-tube’ baby, Louise Brown.
Molecular Products recognise the need to have a low risk and cost-controlled entry strategy for India. With many successful market entries under his belt, Ian is very much looking forward to what Molecular Products can achieve in India.
The AoC has achieved remarkable success promoting the interests of UK Colleges in recent years, and by representing over 360 further education colleges, the organisation has been able to decisively influence the UK Government’s education policies.
The challenges of delivering any services to India’s teeming population of almost 1.3 billion are as well-documented as they are many – and more so in healthcare. So it’s both surprising and impressive to learn that the country was the first TBS considered, when the outsourced clinical engineering services specialist first looked overseas 14 years […]
I have long believed in the hydrocarbon potential of India, having studied that region for years before my company, Holland Sea Search, was taken over by Cairn Energy in 1995. Having worked for Burmah Castrol, I was fascinated by its history and its relationships with South Asia, and in the mid-80s, I went out to […]
India has always been a barren land for lovers of fine cheese; with its dearth of both high-quality milk and reliable refrigeration plants.
India has very ambitious development targets for its infrastructure and housing sectors, but research we commissioned revealed a massive skills gap, which jeopardised its chances of success.
It’s a long way from SW19 to Bangalore, but Deeper Blue is confident that its fledgling partnership with Delhi-headquartered CIMGlobal will survive the tests of time and distance.
Pavers had been buying products from India for a number of years, but it was four years ago when I noticed a huge gap in the market for an international brand at prices above the local competition but well below major international brands such as Ecco and Geox. We currently retail in 20 Indian cities […]
We have established a College in Sri Lanka for hospitality, travel and tourism courses. We also hope to start hair and beauty, and health and social care courses in the near future.
There is a fantastic potential for CAE companies in India, with growing attention and investment, either via local companies and multinationals or via engineering design services firms and academia. Particularly, CAE work is progressing from standard simulations to model-based design and innovation.