LEADING AUTOMOTIVE SOFTWARE COMPANY IS FIRST TENANT TO MOVE IN TO EXETER SCIENCE PARK’S NEW ‘GROW ON BUILDINGS’

LEADING AUTOMOTIVE SOFTWARE COMPANY IS FIRST TENANT TO MOVE IN TO EXETER SCIENCE PARK’S NEW ‘GROW ON BUILDINGS’

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Eight Technology Ltd. is the first tenant to move in to the Grow-on Buildings at Exeter Science Park. Founded in 2003 Eight Technology’s ‘Dealerweb’ software helps automotive dealer groups, manufacturers and independent retailers to boost sales performance through better lead management and smarter customer communication and has relocated to a new state-of-the-art office.

Exeter Science Park’s Grow-on Buildings are partly funded by £4.5m from the HotSW LEP Growth Deal Funding. The HotSW LEP has also provided £2.5m local Government funding towards the Environmental Futures Campus and £5.5m towards the Open Innovation Building, which will bring forward 20,000 sq ft of space for growing small and medium sized enterprises. 

Jim Moore, Administration and Compliance Manager - Eight Technology Ltd, said: “Having expanded rapidly in the past couple of years, we soon out-grew our previous office and sought to move somewhere that had the resources to support a growing technology firm.  Exeter Science Park is the ideal location for us where we can develop ideas and grow the business alongside likeminded companies within a supportive business environment.”

The internal fit-out of the office suites from concept to completion was undertaken by local independent contractor, MD Business Interiors.

www.dealerweb.org | www.exetersciencepark.co.uk

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