Our Partners

EDF Energy

EDF Energy is one of the UK’s largest energy companies and the largest producer of low-carbon electricity, producing around one-sixth of the nation's electricity from its nuclear power stations, wind farms, coal and gas power stations and combined heat and power plants.

EDF Energy is committed to the openness and transparency of its operations - making science and engineering accessible and understandable to everyone by enhancing the way it is communicated to the public. Competitions like FameLab are an important way to raise awareness and enhance standards.

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Endsleigh

Originally founded by NUS in 1965, Endsleigh has since grown to specialise in providing insurance solutions for career people and have become the No 1 student insurance specialist in the UK. With a strong heritage in the education sector, Endsleigh is dedicated to supporting students and graduates, and see the new partnership with FameLab as an exciting way to give students a well-deserved chance to showcase their skills whilst having a potentially life changing experience. 

Based in Cheltenham, Endsleigh is committed to the local community, and see The Cheltenham Festivals and more specifically FameLab as an important event within the community. Find out more about Endsleigh support for FameLab by visiting the Endsleigh hub.

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Marks & Clerk LLP

Established in 1887 Marks and Clerk are now the largest firm of patent and trade mark attorneys in the UK and one of the largest in Europe.

With offices in 10 UK cities and also Luxembourg, France, Canada, Australia, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore the partnership is ideally placed to help with all your patent and copywrite requirements.

We can represent you directly before the Trade Mark Registry and the courts in the UK and in other countries where we have an office. Where it is available, we may include the International Registration system (Madrid Arrangement and Madrid Protocol) in order to minimise costs. We can also act for you before the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM) in seeking Community Trade Mark registrations and make use of other regional arrangements such as the African Intellectual Property Organization (OAPI) and the Andean Pact where appropriate.