Throwing some light on Bletchley Park’s cutting edge businesses

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Business-minded visitors will get a behind the scenes tour of Bletchley Park and a case study of one of the new, cutting edge companies based at the wartime code-breaking site.

Bletchley Park Science and Innovation Centre (BPSIC) is hosting an MK Gets Social event in the evening of Tuesday, September 25, and it will discuss a marketing case study from Ceravision, one of the early stage technology companies based at BPSIC.

Lighting expert Ceravision is developing High Efficiency Plasma (HEP) technology and is now turning over £200,000,000, built up by events-based marketing activities.

The group will be treated to a tour of The National Museum of Computing, an independent charity housing the largest collection of functional historic computers in Europe, including a rebuilt Colossus, the world’s first electronic programmable computer.

Registration for the event is from 6pm and it finishes at 8.30pm.

BPSIC, a private company founded in 2004, provides office space and services to innovative, early stage companies at an historic venue.

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