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Imperial Innovations appoints Onespacemedia

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Imperial Innovations appoints Onespacemedia

Following the success of our initial Imperial Innovations website launch in 2012, Onespacemedia are proud to have again been appointed by the investment and technology transfer powerhouse to deliver the next stage of the company’s digital evolution.

Imperial Innovations continues to lead the way in technology commercialisation and investment in the UK - its remarkable track record since 2006 has seen it invest more than £160 million in a portfolio of technology and healthcare ventures originating from the UK’s four leading universities. Innovations’ portfolio has raised over £750 million in this time.

The digital landscape has evolved dramatically since 2012 and it is vital for brands, particularly those with innovation at their core, to adopt new trends that ensure their message is engaging, effective and amplified as widely as possible. With this in mind, and in response to the company’s evolving needs, the next stage of design and development involves the redesign of the website and its management systems and will provide a range of new tools for stakeholders.

Founder and MD of Onespacemedia, James Cotton said, “Onespacemedia has a long and successful track record working in the intersection between technology, finance and academia. With its links to the UK’s four leading research universities and a portfolio of innovative companies and venture activity, our partnership with Imperial Innovations is a perfect platform from which to deliver innovative and on-brand solutions to its diverse audiences. We look forward to the results of such an exciting partnership."

Jon Davies, Director of Communication at Imperial Innovations, said: “Onespacemedia has proved to be a responsive and committed digital partner. Their understanding of the rapidly shifting world of digital media offers invaluable support and we look forward to working with them again.”