Enterprise Workshops
71086696We are delighted with the news that O4 has been selected by Exmouth College to support the sixth form students and teachers from the college feeder school community in the deliver of a number of enterprise workshops. In addition Tavistock College also have their own events with year six students working with local businesses to address genuine business challenges.

Entrepreneurship Workshops
O4 is delighted to have been selected to participate in the Devon County Council – Community Entrepreneurship Pilot scheme with a number of partner associations, including : Devon & Cornwall Business council (DCBC), eEducation Business Partnership SW, Careers SW and The Fruit Tree for Business. Details can be found using the following links:

O4 Gets New International Partner
O4 is very pleased to introduce our new associate partner Marta Martines Arellano, Director at IRARE. Marta is an experienced international consultant based in North Eeast Spain. Marta has much experience working with SMEs helping access new business in international markets. She has an impressive trusted set of networks in Spain, Mexico, Chile, Columbia and Russia.
For more details see Marta bio

Press release
DCBC and Devon County Council issue press release and case studies from the recent Innovation and Growth programme, see innovation and growth in the press
Optimise4 goes Swedish – Four students from secondary school Bromangymnasiet, Hudiksvall, Sweden visited Plymouth on a two week placement. They were based at Optimise4, Pixalytics, GOSS Interactive and Fireproof PR. All the students had a good time discovering the delights of English culture and also learning something about Business – we hope!

Education sector – successful bidding and grant applications in partnership with Devon Learning and Partnership Trust . Maximise you and your schools potential for securing funding through bids and tenders.
To register for a future event record your details here education funding

The Knowledge Intensive Business Event of 2011
Optimise 4 was pleased to support this prestigious Devon and Cornwall Business Council (DCBC) led programme funded by Devon County Council held at Exeter Racecourse on November 3rd 2011.

Devon Innovation Business Growth Programme
The Devon and Cornwall Business Council (DCBC), working in partnership with experienced business growth consultants ‘Optimise 4 ‘, has developed a prestigious Innovation Management Development Programme for select Devon businesses.
For details see innovation programme

Optimise 4 appointed as PSL Associate company, supporting the BS11000 partnering standard
To read more about the BS1000 see BS11000 Partnering

Optimise 4 are pleased to be Sponsors of the Devon and Cornwall Business Council (DCBC)
DCBC is a private sector-led, sub regional economic partnership with over 70 constituent national, regional and local private and public sector organisations represented. These organisations represent some 40,000 businesses- from micro to large enterprises. Individuals also attend DCBC meetings with relevant interests who can contribute to the remit of the organisation.

Optimise 4 are proud to sponsor the International Scott Centenary Expedition
The aim of this fantastic initiative is not only to celebrate Scott and the centenary, but also to raise aspirations and to drive entrepreneurial spirit and ambition read more

Rougemont Chambers – Secures Cornwall Framework contract
Optimise 4 are pleased to have supported Rougemont Chambers in successfully securing a major framework contract from Cornwall Council.

Support to the successful Associated Ideas / Harmonic MoD contract
Optimise 4 are pleased to have supported Associated Ideas / Harmonic consortium bid for the MoD LTPA benchmarking programme.

Tamar Cruising secures Cremyll Ferry Contract
Optimise 4 are pleased to have been able to help Tamar Cruising secure this 5 year contract read more

Interested in becoming an Optimise 4 Associate?
To find out more about becoming an Associate read more

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