News Archive 2018

Coverage featuring the Wyche Innovation Centre and its resident companies.


Dr Emma Philpott named one of "The 50 most influential women in Cyber Security UK"

The UK Cyber Security Forum's founding Managing Director, The IASME Consortium's CEO and the co-founder of the Wyche Innovation Centre is listed by SC Magazine UK in its line-up of "The 50 most influential women in cyber-security UK."

SC Magazine UK, 26th November 2018 [read more]


Innovate Malvern runner-up at national STEM Inspiration Awards 2018

Innovate Malvern CIC, the social enterprise behind the Malvern Festival of Innovation, is awarded runner-up in the SME category.

Malvern Gazette, 5th November 2018 [read more]


New campaign highlights apprenticeship opportunities in Malvern Hills

Key IQ, and one of our apprentices Charles Aljaradat, was featured in this article about support for apprentices in the Malvern Hills district.

Malvern Gazette, 25th July 2018 [read more]


UK Cyber Security Forum outlines new initiative for the neuro-diverse

The Forum, based in our Centre, to start a new community training centre in Worcester.

Professional Security Magazine, 1st June 2018 [read more]


Centre co-founder Dr Emma Philpott featured in Tech Nation 2018 report

Highlights from the Worcester and Malvern tech cluster.

Tech Nation 2018, 17th May 2018 [read more]


Rotarians help make Malvern Hills more accessible to all

News of the second Tramper becoming available for hire from Cafe H2O after a kind donation and the support of the Malvern Rotary Club.

Malvern Gazette, 30th March 2018 [read more]


Dr Adrian Burden appointed a Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence

Innovate Malvern's Managing Director, Dr Adrian Burden, has been appointed a Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence and will be working with the School of Metallurgy and Materials at the University of Birmingham.

The Royal Society, 20th March 2018 [read more]


Entrepreneurial Students and Pupils Pitch Ideas to Business Experts

Dr Adrian Burden, Key IQ's Technical Director, sat on the panel of local business professionals and entrepreneurs to hear students pitch their business idea at the University of Worcester.

University of Worcester, 19th March 2018 [read more]


Rotary presents cheque to keep Hills mobility scooter on the road

The Colwall Rotary Club kindly present a cheque to team Jamboree at Cafe H2O where the Tramper mobility scooter is managed as part of the Countryside Mobility scheme.

Malvern Gazette, 26th February 2018 [read more]


Co-op movement leader visits Malvern

Ed Mayo, secretary general of Co-operatives UK, called in to visit Jamboree Preservers, the co-operative that operates Cafe H2O in our Centre. He met the team and enjoyed lunch before heading off on the rest of his tour.  

Worcester News, 4th February 2018 [read more]


Malvern Hills businesses turning to apprenticeships to fill skills gap

Key IQ, a business and technology consultancy which also manages the Wyche Innovation Centre, recently took on two new apprentices in the form of 19-year-old James Brewer from Malvern and Charles Aljaradat, also 19, from Worcester. 

Malvern Observer, 17th January 2018 [read more]