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Creating a Third of the UK's funded 
Quantum 
 Technology

Companies

QTEC was a world-leading incubator for innovators of quantum inspired and deep technologies. It was formed in 2016 as an EPSRC skills and training hub and was part of the £270 million government invested UK National Quantum Technologies Programme which closed in July 2022.

Through bespoke specialised training, QTEC supported academics with the skills they need to set up a successful technology start-up to underpin the UK's quantum technology industry. 

Over the five years, it has supported over 48 individuals over four cohorts who have gone on to create a third of the UK's funded quantum technology companies. 

Post QTEC's closure, a lot of the learning and training was brought into SETsquared Bristol to form the Quest pre-incubation programme to continue supporting academically-minded individuals to develop world-leading deep technology businesses.

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92%
 

of Fellows moved into their own businesses or high-level jobs in industry post-QTEC 

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362
 

High Value Jobs created in alumni companies*

 

*inc. company
founders

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£161.3m

Raised by QTEC Companies in Equity, Grant and Revenue

OUR COMPANIES

Since 2016, QTEC supported the creation of new world-changing companies spanning multiple industries including Aerospace, Biotechnology, Manufacturing, Oil and Gas and Computing.

 

Find our more about some of the companies created through QTEC by clicking on the below images.

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                "Without QTEC, I don’t                think I’d be in this role today…

The support system and the training I received was instrumental in pushing me forward and helping me to go beyond my comfort zone - helping me to pursue my passion and my dreams." 
NECIAH DORH, CEO & COFOUNDER FLUORETIQ

About.

The Quantum Technology Enterprise Centre was an EPSRC funded Skills and Training Hub based out of the University of Bristol which is part of the UK's National Quantum Technology Programme and based out of:

QTIC, 1 Cathedral Square, Trinity Street, College Green, Bristol BS1 5DD

The programme was moved into SETsquared Bristol in July 2022.

For more information, email bristol@setsquared.co.uk

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