Collaborative Networks

NETPark companies can link into several national and international networks including the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET), and the Institute of Physics (IoP).

Companies can also access potential global partners at over 450 other science and technology parks through NETPark’s active participation in the International Association of Science Parks (IASP) and the United Kingdom Science Park Association (UKSPA).

Hand picked events to help science, engineering and technology grow.
John Sherban, Founder of Quorum based at NETPark chats at our event for post graduate physics students from Durham University organised in collaboration with Durham University careers service.

Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) which assists organisations with finding technology partners, building consortia and supporting businesses in accessing European funding through Horizon 2020 is connected to NETPark and supports companies on the park in unlocking new opportunities.

Knowledge Transfer Networks are initiatives supported by the UK Government’s Innovate UK for specific market sectors or technologies.

To find out how you could begin to connect with these networks, please contact us on 01740 625 250 or e-mail enquiries@northeasttechnologypark.com

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The North East Technology Park provides a dynamic and supportive environment to accelerate the growth of ambitious, innovative, high tech companies into global markets. NETPark encourages collaborative multidisciplinary links, driving innovation, enterprise and economic prosperity.
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The quality of the facilities at NETPark and the attitude of staff is first class. It has a really dynamic, innovative atmosphere.

Cheif Executive of IBEX Innovations Ltd. Dr. Neil Loxley.Dr Neil Loxley, - Chief executive, IBEX

We initially came because of the printable electronics centre but access to a highly skilled semi conductor workforce in the North East has been a key factor in us staying and growing here, as well as the value for money office space and the access to funding.

Ken WilliamsonKen Williamson, - COO, PragmatIC Printing

It fits perfectly for us that we’re surrounded by like-minded companies at NETPark. There are a number of highly skilled people in the area who can help us grow our business. The facilities and services offered by NETPark are first class, they make office life simple and engaging.

Stuart Wilson AscariStuart Wilson, - CEO, Ascarii

Access to quality facilities was one of the main drivers for deciding to locate the business at the NETPark. We have been able to use this as a launch pad to link into support from CPI and world-class expertise from Durham University.

Steve ClementsSteve Clements, - Managing Director, aXenic

The proximity to the universities and the infrastructure are very important factors. Ultimately having a presence in Europe is very valuable to us and we intend to stay at NETPark for many years to come.

Arnab Basu - KromekDr Arnab Basu, - CEO, Kromek

NETPark is great for our staff and clients as it’s easy to get to know people here with the many networking events and other site activities taking place all the time.

NETPark North East Technology Park - CK ScienceLorna Crombie, - director at CK Group

One of the positive aspects of being part of the local authority is that we can put companies in touch with the right people quickly, such as in planning or building control, which is really useful if a company is managing their own fit out.

Janet Todd, NETPark ManagerJanet Todd, - NETPark manager

NETPark is in an excellent location, there are many like-minded businesses on the park – it really is an excellent base from which we hope to grow our business.

Chief Executive Officer at Magnitude Biosciences David Weinkove.David Weinkove, CEO, Magnitude BioSciences

Just from being here over a year now, we’ve worked with at least three different companies on-site. So that’s new business leads that we wouldn’t have had is we hadn’t moved to NETPark.

Head of Research Dr Neil SimDr Neil Sim, High Force Research

Business Durham has been instrumental in helping us to bring SamplePod to market, as they knew we were looking for a company to produce a low-cost electronic tag and they introduced us to PragmatIC.

Andy Turner, Quality Hospital SolutionsAndy Turner, Quality Hospital Solutions, Quality Hospital Solutions

Filtronic chose NETPark for a number of reasons including the modern infrastructure and facilities, the established, innovative and like-minded businesses located there and finally the flexibility it offers to enable us to scale our business.

Filtronic, Chief Financial Officer Michael Tyreman.Michael Tyreman, Chief Financial Officer, Filtronic

It’s nice to have our own office at NETPark and Business Durham has been great. We’ve restructured the business and they’ve supported us as we’ve moved into bigger premises. We couldn’t have asked for better landlords.

Richard Kirk, founder and CEO PolyPhotonixRichard Kirk, CEO PolyPhotonix, PolyPhotonix

CPI and Business Durham work in partnership to support SMEs looking to develop their innovative products or processes. At NETPark, CPI acts as an anchor organisation, attracting companies to locate here on the site, in order to benefit from the established and unique innovation networks across the entire supply chain.

Dr Arun Harish, Strategy Director, CPIDr Arun Harish, Strategy Director, CPI, CPI