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Invest in Stevenage New Video Promotes Stevenage As a Great Place for Science and Technology Parks

GROWING businesses and innovative start ups across the UK and internationally are being urged to take a fresh look at Stevenage in a dynamic new video: Stevenage, where there are leading science & technology parks.

 

Stevenage, UK -- (ReleaseWire) -- 08/31/2012 -- The new video is part of Stevenage Borough Council’s startup incubator business growth campaign, publicising Stevenage globally in order to attract new business, investment and jobs to the area.

Multinational companies such as Astrium, MBDA and GSK as well as local start up and growing businesses featured on the video highlight Stevenage’s broad innovation and technology-led business base which includes advanced engineering and aerospace, technology parks, IT, pharmaceuticals, financial services, creative media and biotechnology in England services. (see http://investinstevenage.co.uk/science-and-technology-parks.htm)

An exciting new development also featured on the video is the Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst which provides small biotech and life sciences companies with access to expertise, networks and scientific facilities.

John Gardner, Deputy Council Leader, said: “The new video and inward investment campaign is part of our overall long-term vision for the town. Stevenage has huge potential for great prosperity. There is everything here to support small, medium and multi-national businesses. The more inward investment and business we attract, the better it is for existing companies, our citizens and our future. This is what we are all working on.”

The new video differentiates Stevenage from other areas competing for inward investment by emphasising the positive business services like science & technology parks, facilities and support for start ups available in the area.

Local companies featured in the video explain why they chose Stevenage to base their own operations and facilities emphasising its prime location near London but without its prohibitive rates, prices and congestion.

For further information and to watch the film, visit http://www.investinstevenage.co.uk