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m squared joins tech nation’s future fifty

Tech Nation, the UK network for ambitious digital tech entrepreneurs, this week revealed photonics and quantum technology business M Squared as one of 24 new members of Future Fifty, a cohort of fast-growing, late-stage technology companies.

As part of Future Fifty, M Squared will benefit from access to the world’s leading experts, a powerful peer network, a tailored programme of masterclasses to help take businesses to the next level, and direct contact to senior decision-makers in Government.

Dr Graeme Malcolm OBE, CEO and founder of M Squared said: “We are delighted to have been named as one of Tech Nation’s Future Fifty amongst a group of brilliant businesses that we stand alongside at the forefront of innovation. M Squared has carved out a niche as the UK’s leading developer of photonic and quantum technologies that enable new applications and industries – to address some of society’s greatest challenges.

“Collaboration has always been at the heart of science and part of M Squared’s DNA, and we look forward to working with a new network of tech companies for the betterment of society.”

Since its launch in 2013, 127 businesses have taken part in the Future Fifty programme and the list of alumni includes some of the highest profile names in the technology sector, such as Skyscanner, Deliveroo, Funding Circle, Transferwise, and Just Eat.

Future Fifty was established to champion and support British tech businesses as they scale up their operations nationally and internationally. The programme supports these companies in creating jobs and opportunities across the UK, and inspiring the next generation of entrepreneurs.

Seven Hills has supported M Squared in its media operations since 2016 and is delighted to see it added to this prestigious list.

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