Growth on the agenda for Aigenpulse

Oxfordshire-based technology start-up Aigenpulse is targeting further growth with support from an accelerator hub.

The business, which has joined NatWest’s Entrepreneurial Spark programme, has developed a platform capable of collating an array of scientific data and storing it in an enterprise management system, to support the research needs of clients in the life sciences sector.

Tobias Kloepper, founder of Aigenpulse, said: “We know that data technology has a huge role to play in research now and in the future, so with Aigenpulse we have developed a modular platform that makes research data easy to analyse, creating insights for drug development.

“Our expertise has led us to build a product that is scalable, and at the same time allows us to capture the unique elements of our clients’ research processes.”

The business is currently made up of a team of six, set to increase to 17 in the months ahead.

Entrepreneurial Spark provides training focused on developing the mind-set needed to become a successful entrepreneur through enablement, mentoring and development support. This includes support from partners including KPMG, Dell Technologies and Pinsent Masons.

Kloepper added: “The mentors from NatWest have brought tangible knowledge which we have put to excellent use to accelerate business growth.”

Lee Currier, entrepreneur development manager at NatWest, said: “Aigenpulse is a fantastic system that has incredible potential to change the ways science businesses conduct and store their research.

“Tobias has shown incredible commitment to the programme since joining us earlier this year and we wish him and Aigenpulse every success for the future.”

Dec 11th, 2017 (Insider MEDIA LIMITED)