NETPark Incubator

The NETPark Incubator is a total support environment, in which science and technology businesses can develop and grow.

The NETPark Incubator provides technology companies with the tools, infrastructure and other support necessary to create financially stable, high-growth enterprises. We turn the person with an idea into the person with a business.

A mix of quality office and laboratory space in self-contained units, Users can take as much or as little space as needed, with highly flexible occupancy terms.
Incubator services feature:

Pay as you grow – as much or as little space as you need
A combination of office, laboratory and workspace specifically designed for technology companies
Offices come equipped with standard office furniture
Rates, facilities maintenance, office cleaning, building insurance and standard use of gas electricity and water are all included
Support to select and install laboratory and workshop equipment
Fully equipped conference and meeting rooms with refreshments
Broadband internet connectivity up to 620Mbps
Full IT support package including computers and general software if required
Digital telephone headset, reception or direct line service with automatic call divert
Office bureau services including photocopying, binding facility and general stationary.
Business support in all aspects of R&D commercialisation and international business development
Online collaboration spaces – manage projects online
Research and development support from the region’s universities and Centres of Excellences
Incentives available
Extensive regional and national and international networks including knowledge transfer networks
Free membership to the NETPark Net community - virtual innovation network with over 300 members
Kitchen facilities with tea and coffee provided
24 hour access
Highly secure building with CCTV and 3 levels of building control security
A full reception service including telephone answering service, post, fax and visitor greeting
Mentoring by the incubator manager
Clinics, workshops and webinars on all aspects of product development
Free ample parking provision
Managed reception with visitor waiting area

The fit out in each room is generally applicable for science and technology use; air conditioning, carpets for offices and chemically resistant flooring for laboratories with individual room security.

The Incubator is only one part of the NETPark community. As your business develops you will find no shortage of room to grow into larger space on the park.

To find out about locating your business at NETPark or to request a viewing of this property,  please contact Janet Todd, NETPark Manager on 01740 625 250 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Contact

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    Janet Todd

    NETPark Manager

    +44(0)1740 625 250
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