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What is Pioneer 10


Pioneer 10 is a new and exciting, free workshop and suport programme for entrepreneurs in the south east. It has evolved over the past 4 years and is open to startups and ambitious SMEs . It began life as the Spark Business Awards operated by Oxford Innovation in Market Harborough and Stockport with huge success. Spark has helped over 4000 businesses, many of which have achieved outstanding results.

Over the years we have learned a great deal about the requirements of business owners and the key elements they need to achieve success. It is our goal to ensure that every business that interacts with Pioneer 10 will derive genuine benefit through insightful, in-person workshops and tried and tested online tools.


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Oxford Innovation

At Oxford Innovation, we really understand how to make property work - for the building owners, our centre customers, and for regional economic success.

We manage a UK network of Business & Innovation Centres that provides the ideal environment for over 900 start ups and SMEs to grow. Our centres are managed on behalf of public and private sector building owners that require a high quality service that reliably delivers financial returns, whilst contributing to the economic growth of the regions in which we operate.

With over 20 years of experience in running Business & Innovation Centres, we have the experience, the insight and the expertise you are looking for to make your building a long-term success

To find out more please visit us at: www.oxin-centres.co.uk   


The Centre for Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence (CEME)

The Centre for Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence (CEME) is a world-class research, skills, education and business campus in East London.

CEME is unique in linking education to business, helping to improve the skills and prospects of local people enabling them to find employment within the manufacturing, engineering and technology sectors and increasing the economic contribution of local businesses.

To find out more please visit: www.ceme.co.uk