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New businesses move onto York Science Park

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York Science Park has welcomed three new businesses to its incubation space Springboard.

Life Transitions, which helps companies and individuals develop through coaching and bespoke training, has taken space at the park along with TouchRight Software.

TouchRight has developed a web and mobile application to help letting agents carry out property inspections more efficiently.

They are joined by ESPY Consulting, which helps medium sized businesses to maximise the value they receive from their investment in information and communications technology.

It specialises in providing its clients with advisory services in areas such as strategic planning and procurement of services.

Tracey Smith, managing director of York Science Park, said:

As some of our existing early stage businesses are now established and moving on to the next stage of their development, it’s really encouraging and exciting to welcome another raft of start-ups to our dynamic space for new businesses.

These three businesses are taking professional services and technology in fascinating new directions and I look forward to seeing them flourish here.

Located in the Ron Cooke Hub on the University of York’s new campus development, Springboard gives entrepreneurs and businesses access to the University departments, which aims to help them transform new ideas into lucrative, sustainable businesses.

 


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