DEC 00] COVENTRY UNIVERSITY NEWS
Enterprise Park Gets Its First Tenant
first tenant to sign up for new premises in the recently-opened
Enterprise Centre on Coventry University's Technology Park will
receive their keys tomorrow.
Carley from D4i represents the first SME (small- to medium-sized
enterprise) to move into the Enterprise Centre.
- Design for Innovation - provides detailed technical CAD
design; feasibility support, component build construction;
hardware and software evolution and peripheral technological
at the university say the firm is exactly the sort of company
that they want to attract to the Technology Park.
Enterprise Centre is the second building to be built on the
provides units from 54 sq m (581 sq ft) to 400 sq m (4,306 sq
ft) and can be leased for between three and ten years.
three-storey building provides energy efficient space, with each
suite fitted with single-phase electric power and
state-of-the-art ISDN/ASDL telephone lines.
£3 million development - which received over £1 million worth
of grant funding from the European Regional Development Fund,
will provide dedicated accommodation for small- and medium-sized
Latham, managing director of the University's trading company,
CUE Ltd, which manages the Technology Park, said:
Enterprise Centre will provide an excellent working
environment for 'growing' technology-based companies.
space is available for technology, manufacturing and research
and development-related uses.
has the added benefit of superb conference and support
facilities in the TechnoCentre adjoining the new building.
of the new building can only benefit from the expertise and
facilities available within Coventry University.
am confident that the new development will bring in around 260
jobs to complement the 250 now working in the TechnoCentre.