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Enterprise Equity backed company Intelesens, following US FDA approval of its technology last year, ...
Intelesens, the Enterprise Equity backed developer and manufacturer of wearable health monitors, has...
Guardian 24, the trading name for BlueChip Technologies, is the UK and Ireland’s leading provider of specialist solutions for lone and mobile workers.
Chamber's Coach Hire is Northern Ireland's leading coach operator, backed by a most impressively modern fleet of coaches, and over a third of a century's experience in the industry.
The company was founded in 1997 as a spin-out from the University of Ulster but the antecedence of the technology goes back to the development of the world’s first mobile defibrillator at the Royal Victoria Hospital in the late 1960’s.
Kelsius Limited, is a leading provider of integrated wireless monitoring and Internet based compliance services to the health and food sectors.
Sepha, based in Newtownards Co. Down, stands for 'Selected Pharmaceutical' and has existed for 25 years. It is an innovative manufacturer of packaging equipment to the global pharmaceutical industry supplying products for blisterpacking, deblistering and the detection of leaks in blister packs:
Balcas was established as a saw milling business in 1962. Initially its growth was limited by the availability of raw materials locally. It made its first acquisition in 1988 and since then it has made several others both in Ireland and overseas.
Founded in 1989, Bittware Inc, based in Concord, New Hampshire, is the leading supplier of TigerSHARC ® and SHARC ® based DSP boards.
Gendel is a life science company which was spun out of the University of Ulster in December 1998 to develop a platform technology based on cell sensitisation followed by the application of low intensity ultrasound
Intelesens (formerly Sensor Technology & Devices Limited or ST&D) was incorporated in August 2000 with Enterprise Equity leading an investment of £1.7m into the company in May 2005.
Trivirix was established in 1988 in North Carolina to offer a contract manufacturing service to the highly regulated medical device industry. The company focuses on the engineering and production of complex electronic medical equipment
Tudor Journals was established in Belfast in 1969 as a contract publisher specialising in the leisure and sports sector but has since successfully developed its “own title” publications including Hotel Days, Visitor Days and Golf Days.
the silicon wafer manufacturer based in Belfast, was sold to Analog Devices in the US for £101 million in August 2000.
the semiconductor design house with offices in Belfast, was sold to US-based Conexant Systems, Inc. in a deal worth up to $30 million in June 2004.
the Bangor, Co Down recreational pump manufacturer, was sold to Clyde Shipping and 3i Plc in February 1997 (amount undisclosed).
the trailer manufacturer in Tome, Co Antrim, was sold to Powerscreen International Plc for £7 million in December 1997.
the email management solutions specialist based in Belfast, was sold to Primus Knowledge Solutions, Inc in the US in a deal worth $10 million in December 2003.
the owner of the leading British apparel and footwear brand, was sold to US-based Oxford Industries, Inc. for £80 million in June 2004. This made Ben Sherman the most profitable Enterprise Equity investment since inception.