Inovus wins March Merseyside Innovation Award with Turnkey Commercialisation Service

A  service developed by Inovus has won the March Merseyside Innovation Award.

The Turnkey Commercialisation Service provides universities and clinicians who have developed new medical devices access to the company’s extensive networks and manufacturing expertise. All of the services required to bring a product to market, from clinical trials, branding, product design, manufacturing and sales are included in the package.

As exclusive healthcare sponsors for the Merseyside Innovation Awards, TRUSTECH are keen to discover innovative new products and services emanating from the Liverpool City Region and have been excited by the way Inovus are discovering and developing innovation arising out of the University sector. Kevin Moreton, Business Development Manager at TRUSTECH,  said “the Turnkey Commercialisation Service offers enormous potential in terms of benefiting the Merseyside economy and offering improved treatment options to the local population.”

Further information about the award can be found here.

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