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Wideblue and A2E to Showcase Cutting-edge Production D&D at CENSIS 2022

Wideblue and A2E, both multi-award-winning product design and development specialists, will be showcasing the latest in product design at Censis 2022.

Wideblue will be demonstrating its expertise in optoelectronics and medical device development at the exhibition, which takes place in Glasgow on 29 September 2022.Wideblue has been working at the cutting edge of product development and design since 2006, and is now seen as one of the UK’s leading experts.

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28 Sep 2022

Wideblue Ranked Among Top Glasgow Based Medical Device Companies

Best Startup Scotland tracks over 100,000 Scottish startups and over 500,000 people who hold key positions in these companies. They use this directory of startups to highlight top employees, founders and organisations they think deserve more appreciation than they are currently getting. Best Startup Scotland ranked the top 16 Medical Device companies in Glasgow City, and Wideblue made the list!

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27 Sep 2022

Scottish Product Design Firms Fire Up Jobs Drive Thanks to New Client Wins

Wideblue and A2E, both now part of US-based Pivot International, are each looking to take on a number of engineers and project managers to help with increased workloads.

Visit The Scotsman website to learn more.

20 Sep 2022

Scottish Product Design Firms Start Recruitment Drive

Two Scottish product design and development companies are on the hunt for experienced engineers and project managers following a string of client wins.

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13 Sep 2022

Pivot Makes Smart Move to Help Scottish Start-ups

PIVOT International, which includes two of the UK’s leading design companies, Wideblue and A2E, has committed to help mentor young Scottish start-ups by becoming a gold sponsor with the Smart Things Accelerator Centre (STAC) based in Glasgow.

Mark Reeves, Pivot International’s UK Managing Director, commented: “We are delighted to be supporting STAC help young smart Scottish start-ups. The STAC mission is to build Scotland’s next generation of internationally successful companies so they can become key players in the connected world. Through our work with Wideblue and A2E we are very much part of the thriving Scottish-tech market, and hopefully by working alongside STAC we can ensure that our sector continues to expand and flourish.

Visit Scottish Business News to learn more.

01 Aug 2022

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