Business West is proud to announce its partnership with Hartham Park to bring an award-winning range of business support services right to the very heart of the business community in Wiltshire.
Located on the M4 corridor between Swindon and Bath in the historic town of Corsham, Hartham Park is an 18th century Georgian mansion that is home to a dynamic, 300-strong business community, including a number of innovative, high-growth tech businesses.
As a trusted delivery partner of the Department for International Trade, Enterprise Europe Network and Innovate UK to name but a few, Business West offers an unparalleled range of business support services catering for every business at every stage of their growth journey.
This is a fantastic opportunity for local businesses and Hartham Park members; whether they are looking to start-up, scale-up, grow, innovate or export, they’ll be able to take advantage of this extensive service offering by Business West and Hartham Park, with effect from 1 August 2018.
Business leaders, innovation and international trade specialists will be on hand once a week at the Hartham Park hub to offer practical, friendly and complimentary advice to businesses, and to help them make smart connections across the wider Business West Chambers of Commerce network.
Commenting on the new partnership Andrew Wells, Initiative Manager, Business West said:
“In 2017, we helped more than 1,500 businesses in Swindon & Wiltshire combined and we want to build on that success this year. Hartham Park is the perfect base for Business West to help more and more businesses in this part of Wiltshire, with excellent facilities and strong, innovative, high-growth businesses whom our experts can share their knowledge and experience with.”
Hartham Park’s Product & Marketing Manager Chloe Swift added:
“Hartham Park is a very special place set within a spectacular Mansion House estate, and it’s our focus on research, learning and enterprise that really sets us apart. We are delighted to partner with Business West to further increase the number of services on offer to our members, and see our business community prosper.”