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Cwmbran’s Springboard Business Innovation Centre ~ Wales proves ideal home for high tech start ups


Steve Jones, CEO of award winning Fintech business Comparison Creator based at Springboard said “After setting my business up in 2010 in Gloucester I was keen to move back into Wales to grow the business. I met with the team at Springboard and immediately felt it was the right place to start. Growing from only 2 of us, we are now 10 staff and growing. The facilities are excellent and I would recommend it to anyone considering Wales as a base for their business.”


Furthermore, when the time’s right to move on, the local county borough of Torfaen offers a wide range of attractively priced business accommodation including modern business parks and office units. This means that graduate businesses continue to reap the benefits of remaining in Torfaen which offers:


Cwmbran’s Springboard Business Innovation Centre ~ Wales proves ideal home for high tech start ups


Within a few minutes’ drive of the M4 motorway in south east wales, Springboard, Llantarnam Park, Cwmbran has been home to a community of high tech, high growth start-ups since 2006.


Offering full incubation facilities and accommodating new businesses from across a range of tech sectors including ICT, digital, software development, multi-media, electronics, Fintech and telecommunications, Springboard offers nearly 2,500 sq metres of modern, high quality space over 3 floors along with access to the building’s internet line.


35 business units of varying sizes, along with hot desk options, meeting facilities, boardroom and break out areas ensure tenants have all they need to get their business up and started with speed and efficiency.


Easy-in and easy-out costings with no additional service charges mean that businesses can also budget confidently.


A range of business support services, tailored to the needs of the business, are available during normal working hours, whilst the fully staffed reception facility and on site management team mean that clients, visitors and residents alike benefit from a professional, friendly, front of house service. Bike storage, shower room, communal kitchens and free parking also mean that staff are well catered for.


We’d love to speak to you about bringing your business to Springboard, Torfaen, in 2020 and would be delighted to give you a tour.


Contact the Springboard team, Torfaen Economy and Enterprise


Telephone: 01633 647800 Email sicreception@torfaen.gov.uk Visit www.southwalesbusiness.co.uk Springboard Business Innovation Centre Llantarnam Park, Cwmbran, Torfaen NP44 3AW


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excellent road, rail and public transport links close proximity to major cities of Cardiff and Bristol a vibrant retail scene as well as a rich cultural heritage plenty of outdoor, healthy lifestyle pursuits a variety of housing to suit most pockets


AVoptics Ltd employs highly qualified scientists, technicians and engineers and specialises in providing and developing cutting edge, high quality engineered fibre optics and photonic solutions for use in harsh environments. The business successfully graduated from Springboard in September 2019 and has remained in Torfaen.


Technical Director, Andrew Lee said “Many of our key clients are situated within the Wales and south west region and south wales has proved to be the perfect, accessible location for our R&D operation. Springboard provided flexibility, great facilities and excellent business support. Knowing our fixed costs also enabled us to budget and reduce our risks.”


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