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The ForTaMP project aims to help SMEs with product and process development within the health/personal care, consumer goods, chemicals, materials, and food & drink sectors.
Jane Imrie

North East tech innovation centre to expand support of Yorkshire SMEs

A North East-based independent technology innovation centre has announced plans to further support Yorkshire SMEs.

CPI has unveiled plans to expand its ForTaMP (Formulation Technology applied to Materials and Products) project by attending the West Yorkshire Innovation Festival 2021 in March to facilitate new opportunities across the region.

The ForTaMP project is a fully-funded technical support programme, aiming to help SMEs with product and process development within the health/personal care, consumer goods, chemicals, materials, and food & drink sectors.

Established in 2004, CPI is a founding member of the High Value Manufacturing Catapult as well as a tech centre, and specialises in supporting businesses with up-scaling, prototyping and applications of their technology.

Graeme Cruickshank, chief technology and innovation director at CPI, commented: “Organisations in the [Leeds City Region] have been incredibly supportive and open to working with us to help small businesses develop new and exciting products and processes.

“We are excited to attend the festival and continue our work to help unlock the bright potential of SMEs in the region.”

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