19amBX UK Limited owns, develops and delivers the unique amBX intelligent lighting control technology to partners and clients worldwide. amBX can enhance any environment, from large-scale architecture, to bars, shops, restaurants, cinemas and the home.

amBX started as an R&D project in Philips Corporate Technology R&D division. The technology is developed at Philips with over 6 years of R&D and €22m of investment. Prime Technology Ventures raised a fund to spin amBX out of Philips in October 2008. Early stage funding was provided by Prime and Northstar Ventures with a syndicate of angel investors replacing Prime in 2010. amBx UK is now an independent business.

amBX UK Limited has grown rapidly as its technology and solutions have gained recognition in professional lighting, audio-visual and consumer markets.

We plan to revolutionise the way the world uses lighting.

Website: www.ambx.com

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CEO

Neil lead the team which span amBX out of Philips.  He specialises in taking new technologies to market and has a successful track record in B2B and consumer markets. He was previously CEO of AIM-listed Yoomedia PLC, Marketing Director at the Dixons Stores Group, VP at Fujitsu and GM of BT’s internet businesses.

Strategic Business Development Manager

As part of the Management Team of amBX UK Ltd the role will include general commercial management activity in the existing business as well as research and development of a go-to-market strategic plan for amBX in the People’s Republic of China. It is expected that an initial period of 3 months will be spent in the UK business activity in support of earning and understanding of the business and technology before the project to develop the plan for PRC is commenced.

Principal Responsibilities Within First Twelve Months

  • Acquire knowledge of amBX technology, its application in target market sectors and understanding of UK market segmentation and structure.
  • Acquire understanding of the lighting market globally – vertical sectors, key technologies, supply chain and major commercial businesses and influencers.
  • Commercial activity including responsibility for a sales target as part of the UK plan, client and partner meetings and proposals and sales delivery and implementation in the UK business, working alongside existing team.
  • An analysis of the lighting market in PRC with emphasis on the key amBX target sectors. To include identification of participants, supply chain and distribution structures and volume/value metrics.
  • Preparation of a draft amBX market plan for PRC with particular analysis of key partners and relationships required for effective entry in the target sectors.
  • This plan to be agreed with management Team before presentation to the amBX Board.
  • Presentation of the amBX plan for PRC to the amBX Board which will include recommendations for implementation and resources and structure of business required.
  • Assist in sourcing and raising funds to support the implementation of the amBX plan for PRC.

Subsequent Role Opportunities

Dependent on the role performance and the requirements of the amBX plan for PRC, it is envisaged that the role will include having line management responsibility for the amBX business in PRC.

 Location

Initially based at the amBX operations office in Redhill Surrey and London base in Greenwich.

Reports To CEO

Part of the Management Team (CEO, CTO, Development Director) and attends amBX Board Meetings.

* The candidate needs to meet the basic financial and investment requirements of the Tier 1 Entrepreneurship Visa scheme under the UKBA rules.

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Cyan is an integrated system design company based in Cambridge, UK. We provide a communication platform that enables the measurement and control of energy consumption for the metering and lighting markets, helping to reduce energy losses. Our wireless mesh networking platform offers ‘last mile’ connectivity between millions of devices and enterprise software, supporting bilateral communications with the end customer.

The Cyan solutions have been specifically developed for emerging markets and Cyan now has a well established local team in India, together with strong partners in Brazil. Pilots have been deployed in China, but Cyan has not been able to move opportunities to volume. Therefore there is a strong potential for joint ventures with local Chinese energy supply companies.

The two Cyan product lines are:

Smart Metering complete scalable solution for smart metering, wireless mesh and point-to-point meter reading in license free bands, best in class range and system robustness, electricity metering plus battery powered gas and water metering http://www.cyantechnology.com/cylec/
Smart Lighting smart lighting solution for energy efficient lighting control and measurement, street lights, tunnels, car parks and public locations, controls all types of lamps including LED, sodium and Xenon (HID), lamp dimming, bulb failure etc. http://www.cyantechnology.com/cylux/

Website: www.cyantechnology.com

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Executive Chairman

John Cronin is a seasoned and successful professional. He has been instrumental in mergers & acquisitions worldwide, raised equity, debt facility and vendor financing funding between $50m and $900m and set up operations in international markets. In addition he has created significant value for shareholders with 4 Company exits in Picochip, Azure Solutions, i2 and Netsource Europe totalling $600m.

John’s contribution to high-tech industries includes being Chairman, CEO, NED, or adviser to Antenova, GCI Com, Aria networks, Picochip, Arqiva, i2, Cambridge Networks, Kast, Azure, Next2Friends, Bailey Fisher, Netsource, Mercury (C&W), BT and direct to private equity and VC firms.

Within the first twelve months, the role will focus on preparing the market entry strategy for Exosect platform delivery technology in the People’s Republic of China (PRC). Longer term this role has the potential to develop into coordinating investment activities and creating effective licensing partner relationships within PRC.

Principal responsibilities within first twelve months

  • Scope out potential market scale / segmentation analysis and market positioning for pipeline technologies and current products to support entry strategy.
  • Seek out product gaps in food supply chain solutions for disease and pest control, that are appropriate for Exosect platform technologies, including compositions with proprietary conventional and biopesticide ingredients. .
  • Identify and shortlist potential license partners for Exosect technologies and develop clear understanding of licensee needs.
  • Based on detail gathered , prepare draft market entry strategies aligned to market conditions and fiscal requirements in China with recommendations of most appropriate routes to commercialisation of Exosect technology into PRC.
  • Advise Directors of any strategic shift in the external environment within PRC, which might influence the entry strategy.
  • Where necessary, liaise with specialists or government organisations within PRC required to fill knowledge gaps and/or make introductions to potential license partners.
  • Manage annual budget for business development activities in PRC to ensure spending is within agreed limits
  • On a quarterly basis, the Business Development Manager China will prepare a progress report for the CEO.Travel PatternsOut of hours working will be required. Approx. 70% of time will be spent in UK, based Exosect offices at Colden Common.

    Internal Relationships:

    Business Development & Research Team

    Reports To:  CEO

    * The candidate needs to meet the basic financial and investment requirements of the Tier 1 Entrepreneurship Visa scheme under the UKBA rules.

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Weedingtech produces innovative herbicide-free weed control systems. Headquartered in London, the company currently provides weed control solutions for the amenity and utility markets throughout Europe. Within the next couple of years Weedingtech will also provide weed control solutions for agricultural and viticulture markets.

As far back as the early 1990s, the founders, Ben Goldsmith and family, were concerned by the growing body of evidence linking excessive use of traditional chemical herbicides to damage to delicate ecosystems, contamination of water tables, and alarmingly, birth defects and cancers.

They felt certain they could develop a commercially viable alternative and working in conjunction with Cambridge University’s Department of Plant Sciences, eventually arrived at a patented system which uses foam and hot water to kill weeds.

Since then, the company has enjoyed rapid growth backed with investment from Roman Abramovich’s clean technology organisation Ervington Investments, venture capitalist Jon Moulton and the prestigious Low Carbon Innovation Fund. Facing more and more restrictive legislation around herbicide use, organisations need help, which is why Weedingtech developed Foamstream.

Website: www.weeedingtech.com

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Mike has headed up the Benelux subsidiary of a major UK material handling equipment company and was CEO of the German subsidiary of a US owned crane manufacturing business with overall responsibility for Europe, Africa and the Middle East with a turnover of > 300 mio. He has also been involved in a start-up business in the aerial work platform sector (AWPs) for European markets. He has been involved with Weeding Tech since late 2012 and is leading the company through the initial start-up phase in a sector using new technology but in which the regulatory pressures across Europe are opening ever more opportunities.

Business Development Manager

The role will initially focus on preparing a market entry strategy for Weedingtech’s products in The People’s Republic of China.  It will also focus on managing the relationship with Weedingtech’s domestic product manufacturer, in Jiaxing. Longer term this role has the potential to develop into a senior position in the company.

Principal Responsibilities

  • Develop and manage sales territories within China for all Weedingtech product lines
  • Act as liaison between Weedingtech’s Chinese manufacturers and Weedingtech
  • Day to day management of Chinese supply chain and factory in Jiaxing China
  • Liaise with Chinese investors to manage expectations and identify new investment opportunities
  • Work on other adhoc projects with Weedingtech UK team
  • Identify other opportunity areas within China
  • Manage all approvals / Foamstream approval processes within China to remove all barriers to sale
  • Understand any certifications / approvals required to work sell Weedingtech products into China and arrange them
  • Work with central office to assist building Weedingtech business and execute on company plans

Travel Patterns

  • The role is based in West London, England. The successful candidate will need to be domiciled close enough to the office to commute there. Weedingtech will not cover living expenses.
  • The successful candidate will be expected to travel around Europe on some occasions.
  • The successful candidate is also envisaged to travel to China once a quarter for a few days. The company will cover all travel costs.

Desired Extras

  • Experience in a small business
  • Very good verbal and written English
  • Keen to get involved in ad-hoc projects and activities
  • An entrepreneurial spirit and a self-starter
  • Commitment if successful to spend at least 3 years with the company

Reports to

The successful candidate will report to Leo de Montaignac, the company COO.

* The candidate needs to meet the basic financial and investment requirements of the Tier 1 Entrepreneurship Visa scheme under the UKBA rules.

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Exosect is venture capital funded technology  company. Since its spin out from the University of Southampton in 2001 the company has developed proprietary platform technologies, initially for agriculture. The company now employs 20 staff and has attracted more than £15 million in investment.

Exosect’s innovative and pioneering approach to pest and disease control has proven both sustainable and award winning. Growing recognition of the environmental benefits of Exosect’s technology resulted in an award for Best New Product at the Society for Food Hygiene and Technology Awards in 2008. Exosect also won its category in the Guardian Global Cleantech 100 awards in 2009 and 2010.

Exosect’s products are now at work along the global food supply chain . To help in the prevention of post harvest losses, Exosect intends in September 2014 to be  the first company to file a registration in Europe for control of insects in stored grains using a unique biological control technology. Exosect is currently focussed on the Agriculture, Public Health and Animal Health sectors.

Website: www.exosect.com

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CEO

Martin has over 35 years experience in the agrochemical sector, which includes 26 years with ICI, Astra Zeneca and Syngenta holding various management roles until 2002 covering UK, Africa, Middle East, Pakistan and Eastern Europe.

He spent 4 years based in Kenya expanding ICI’s business operations across East and Southern  Africa and 5 years as chairman of Zeneca Turkey.

Before joining Exosect in 2004, he was based in Cyprus as a consultant for a major international agricultural distribution company expanding and developing their distribution and retail operations in the Balkans and Russian Federation.

Within the first twelve months, the role will focus on preparing the market entry strategy for Exosect platform delivery technology in the People’s Republic of China (PRC). Longer term this role has the potential to develop into coordinating investment activities and creating effective licensing partner relationships within PRC.

Principal responsibilities within first twelve months

  • Scope out potential market scale / segmentation analysis and market positioning for pipeline technologies and current products to support entry strategy.
  • Seek out product gaps in food supply chain solutions for disease and pest control, that are appropriate for Exosect platform technologies, including compositions with proprietary conventional and biopesticide ingredients. .
  • Identify and shortlist potential license partners for Exosect technologies and develop clear understanding of licensee needs.
  • Based on detail gathered , prepare draft market entry strategies aligned to market conditions and fiscal requirements in China with recommendations of most appropriate routes to commercialisation of Exosect technology into PRC.
  • Advise Directors of any strategic shift in the external environment within PRC, which might influence the entry strategy.
  • Where necessary, liaise with specialists or government organisations within PRC required to fill knowledge gaps and/or make introductions to potential license partners.
  • Manage annual budget for business development activities in PRC to ensure spending is within agreed limits
  • On a quarterly basis, the Business Development Manager China will prepare a progress report for the CEO.

Travel Patterns

Out of hours working will be required. Approx. 70% of time will be spent in UK, based Exosect offices at Colden Common.

Internal Relationships:

Business Development & Research Team

Reports To:  CEO

* The candidate needs to meet the basic financial and investment requirements of the Tier 1 Entrepreneurship Visa scheme under the UKBA rules.