Teesside’s business law firm Endeavour Partnership has been appointed to CPI’s advisory panel.
CPI is a leading independent technology innovation centre and a founding member of the UK Government’s High-Value Manufacturing Catapult. Founded in 2004, CPI acts as a catalyst bringing together academia, businesses, government and investors to translate bright ideas and research into the marketplace.
The team at Endeavour will provide legal advice to CPI in corporate and employment law.
Corporate Partner Nik Tunley said “CPI is a nationally recognised leader in its field and it is a privilege to have been appointed to CPI’s panel. We’ve worked with CPI on a number of complex projects as well as supporting it with the development of its in-house team through secondment and trainee placement.”
“This appointment is further affirmation of the strength of the relationship between the two organisations and is testament to the high esteem within which the Firm is held by CPI.”
General Counsel and Company Secretary at CPI Nikki Kirtley said “We’ve worked closely with Endeavour for a number of years. We are pleased to appoint a local firm to our panel that we know can deliver the advice we need to the highest of standards and help us deliver our ambitious plans.”
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