We’re joining an accelerator!

After a glorious 8 year stint at Strathclyde University, from studying through start-up, we have moved base into the Glasgow RBS Accelerator. We were delighted to have been accepted onto the 6 month accelerator programme, where we have access to dedicated workspace in the city centre, as well as a range of workshops and mentoring sessions. Last week saw the us attending the two-day Ignition event at Strathclyde Business School (they’ll never truly get rid of us). This saw the new cohort of entrepreneurs getting together for the first time, and talking about a range of key topics from visioning to mindset, and of course the 60 second pitch.

We’re extremely excited for the next 6 months and can’t wait to continue the growth of Revive, with the support of RBS, the accelerator team, and of course, the other fantastic entrepreneurs around us. We’ve found over the last few years that the peer network of other entrepreneurs around you is one of the key tools in a start-ups armoury, and we’re relishing the opportunity to learn from so many other great companies.

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  • Paul Fitton

    Scott,
    Or Scott and Fergus,

    I have read this morning with great interest the BBC news story about our company and its unique process.
    I write to introduce my company to you, we too have trodden a similar route in having an idea developing it through a small scale plant, obtaining a Patent, then building a full scale module to ultimately winning a grant and then building the UK Governments test facility for recycling ‘Black Big Bag’ waste to divert 85% from landfill, we peaked at 95%. The facility was build at Huyton near Liverpool.

    We are also just developing and have invested in a PFA ( pulverised fly ash ) drying system at our premises in Adlington Lancashire, the initial work was completed by others at a unit at Greenwich University, but we have built a ‘Commercial’ unit here prior to building the full scale plants.

    We are a company that build process plants, to see if there is any synergy/ interest then please visit our web site http://www.Fairport. if you have time you will find a video of the Huyton plant and other recycling plants that we have and are presently building.

    Either way good luck for the future.

    • Fergus Moore

      Hi Paul, thanks for your comment. I actually was on the Fairport website earlier today; congratulations on the successes of your company! Over the next 6-9 months, we will be looking to start working with industrial engineering partners so it would be good to speak at some point. My email is fergus@revive-eco.com. Drop me a line and hopefully we can chat soon.

      Best,

      Fergus

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