A tangled web – Five reasons why Thomas Cook went from boom to bust
We are a society driven by digital technology, it has changed the way we live our lives and the way we run our businesses. Companies today must be ready to behave with agility in the digital era to secure their place in the market or like Thomas Cook, even with their heritage, they will quickly fail. Today we look at five ways the online revolution has changed businesses.
BREXIT: Five ways a no-deal could affect International Trade
It’s fair to say that Brexit is one of the most historic and talked about events to happen in Britain in recent years.
The Joy of Six - Magnetic Assembly Style
A magnet assembly incorporates magnet and non-magnet materials, magnetising them together to create a strong magnetic circuit.
United States named Most Entrepreneurial Country for 2019
The Entrepreneurship Index has revealed that the United States is the worlds most entrepreneurial country for 2019.?
Mass shootings hit too close to home
The US has been left reeling after two mass shootings occurred within 24 hours of each other this month.
Space Inventions That Changed Our Lives
NASA has a long history of innovation and many technologies invented by the the program have landed space age tech in the public domain.
5 Steps to Bring Your New Idea to Life
Transforming a new idea into a marketable product is no easy feat. In fact, a large percentage of ideas don’t transpire because people lack the resources or expertise to bring their vision to life.
Why the Metal Stamping market is set to hit $299.63 Billion by 2025!
The global metal stamping market is set to reach $299.63 billions by 2025 according to reports by Grand View Research Inc.
US-China Tariff Trade War - What We Know
A trade war between the world’s two largest economies exploded this year - with the threat that China may restrict the flow of rare earth metals looming over the US.
TyTek Scoops Innovation Award at Major Events Summit
We are delighted to have won the ‘Most Innovative Safety Product Award’ at the Major Events International (MEI) Summit. The awards were designed to recognise successful businesses in the most iconic global market - major sports events.
New Product? No problem!
New Product Development is a simple concept. It’s the process of bringing a new product into the marketplace.
Safety in the Workplace: Our Bleed Control Solutions Will Do The Job
A company has no greater responsibility than the protection of peoples lives.
Action Stations - UC Health installs Tytek Bleeding Control Stations
As part of the Stop the Bleed program, bleeding control stations are being installed at University of Cincinnati (UC) Medical Center and other UC Health locations. So far, 100 stations have been installed across their sites.
Mold your future with TyTek Industries
Are you looking for a team of Plastic Injection Molding experts to bring your vision to life?
Praying for Protection: Why Religious Sites Must Have Bleed Control Kits
Repercussions of the deadly attack on Muslims in Christchurch, New Zealand by a self proclaimed ‘white supremacist’ is reaching Nigeria.
Why bleed control kits are unquestionably essential
Emergency preparedness may not be the most attractive subject you can think of, but with deliberate attacks taking place across the globe with alarming regularity - it’s simply naive not to have protective measures in place.
Passionate about your pursuit? TyTek is here to help
Let’s face it, converting an idea into a reality can be extremely difficult. Many great ideas remain dormant simply because people don’t have the resources, expertise or team to take action.
Why Ferrite Magnets are pulling manufacturers in…
In the beginning Did you know that the earliest reference to magnets dates back to more than 2,500 years ago - when magnetic lodestones were discovered by the Greeks? The word magnet actually comes from the Greek word ‘Magnetis Lithos’ meaning ‘Magnesian Stone’, a reference to Turkey, where the stones were originally discovered. However, it wasn’t till 1930 that professors Dr. Yogoro Kato and Dr. Takeshi Takei accidentally produced the first ferrite magnet at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. Two decades later, mass production of ferrite began as an alternative to metallic magnets.
Securing Schools for the Unthinkable
Amongst some of the latest thinking in emergency preparedness, this news piece features TyTek Medical’s Bleeding Control Stations. It features Joanna Tyler demonstrating how our innovative product line can save lives should the very worst of circumstances occur.
Can’t shake it off: Global superstar sets up Swift response for trauma
Taylor Swift has revealed she is so terrified of a terror attack at one of her shows she now carries stab and gunshot bandages with her everywhere she goes.
Preparing to treat victims of knife crime on the railway network
With the increase in violent and knife crime on the railway network discover how to prepare for the very worst circumstances.
The Appliance of Science
Tytek, a company at the forefront of saving lives in the event of a mass casualty incident has relocated to Wolverhampton Science Park.