Maryam Cockar | Sharecast | 31 Oct, 2016 11:34 – Updated: 12:48
The AIM-listed company said Mexico is a large potential market for its technology transfer services due to the hundreds of universities, research centres and corporations in the country.
Eduardo Valierra, chief executive of Bajainnova, said: “Universities and companies throughout Mexico are focusing on commercialising innovations. We believe there is strong interest in Tekcapital’s unique services and we look forward to building a significant long-term partnership with Tekcapital to meet this increasing demand.”
Oxford-based Tekcapital helps clients profit from new, university-developed intellectual properties with its proprietary discovery search engine linked to over 4,000 universities in 160 countries.
Shares in Tekcapital were up 0.03% to 37.01p at 1005 GMT.