Why ESL Group chose Fareham Innovation Centre

May 25th 2018

Russ Cole, ESL Group founder and chairman, pictured, said:

“We moved in the spring 2016 – the workshop was twice the space of what we had before with serviced offices at Guildford and Southampton and provided an excellent facility for our hardware and software production, including testing. We also needed a small goods-in bay. Now, due to expansion, we are moving into two high-bay workshops and an office at the extension, meaning we don’t have the cost and stress of relocating elsewhere.”

“The centre is very presentable, having been purpose-built, and the level of proactive business support from Oxford Innovation’s team, from morale-boosting chats to site talks about business growth, is superb. This is a great environment to be in, with a thriving ecosystem.”

November 15th 2018

DQ Global

We spoke to CO Secretary Mary Doyle, to see how DQ Global was started, what they are currently working on and why they decided to choose Fareham Innovation to home their business! […]

October 12th 2018

3-Sci Ltd

The 3-Sci team have deep experience in research and product development, in engineering the physical sciences, gained over many years of activity in energy, medical and defence sectors […]

October 5th 2018

Consortiq

We spoke to Operations Manager John Gore to see how the company was started, what they are currently working on and how they are finding Fareham Innovation Centre so far. […]