ibex-innovations

Ibex Innovations

"I feel a lot of the success I am experiencing is due to the support provided"

Ibex Innovations develop and bring to market advanced technology. The company is currently working on the development of advanced x-ray detectors with high resolution imaging capabilities and fast capture times.

Starting their partnership with NETPark as a virtual tenant and then taking office space in the Incubator, they now occupy office and lab space of almost 2,000sq. ft in NETPark Discovery 2 and continue to grow and develop the business.

“The support of Business Durham has helped me not only practically but also in encouraging an entrepreneurial spirit to go out and grow my business. I feel a lot of the success I am experiencing is due to the support provided by the Business Durham team.”

Dr Gary Gibson
Chief Technology Officer
Ibex Innovations

Address

Discovery 2
William Armstrong Way
NETPark
TS21 3FD

Telephone

01740 625 250

Email

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Contact

  • janet_todd_netpark

    Janet Todd

    NETPark Manager

    +44(0)1740 625 250
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