Attracting, developing and retaining the talents of the region’s university graduates and postgraduates is a central part of Sci-Tech Daresbury’s vision.
Sky Medical Technology is a leading innovator in medical devices. The company has applied patented technology to create a product that addresses multiple medical issues.
Perfectus Biomed Group (PBG) is a leading international Contract Research Organisation (CRO) that provides microbiological and biological testing services to the Medtech and Biopharma industries.
Since its inception, one of the key principles underpinning Sci-Tech Daresbury has been the importance of collaboration.
The recruitment process has evolved significantly over the years, with the increasing sophistication of technology and demographic shifts both playing a role in the changing dynamics of employee recruitment.
Talent retention is critical for employers wanting to increase the strength of their company’s talent pool.
Sci-Tech Daresbury’s RADAR Talent and Skills strategy, which at the core revolves around support in attracting, developing and retaining talent.
Liz Ashall-Payne, co-founder and CEO of ORCHA (Organisation for the Review of Care and Health Applications), a live resource for rated and reviewed medical and health care apps, believes that Sci-Tech Daresbury enjoys a community in which the company can grow and thrive.
After seven years of regular visits to Sci-Tech Daresbury events, the medtech company C-Major Medical finally took the plunge and became a tenant in January 2018.
When Japan’s Hitachi Group chose Sci-Tech Daresbury to create a brand new applications lab for their latest Scanning Electron (SEM) and Atomic Force Microscopes (AFM), it emphatically underlined the campus’ credentials as one of the UK’s leading innovation centres.