Portsmouth Technopole Open Day
Are you looking for office space for your business? Would you like to find out more about engaging with the University of Portsmouth?
Come along to one of our Global Entrepreneurship Week tours to find out more about the facilities on offer at Technopole and how the University of Portsmouth can support your business.
Owned and supported by The University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth Technopole is the perfect place for businesses to grow. You can benefit from our prime coastal location, just a stone’s throw away from the University’s extensive range of first-rate facilities and support.
10:00 coffee & networking
10:30 Portsmouth Technopole – Our facilities and member benefits (Pete Outen, Centre Manager, portsmouth Technopole)
10:45 Engaging with Business (Guy Hembury, Deputy Director for Commercialisation & External Partnerships, University of Portsmouth)
11:00 Tour of the building
11:30 return to reception for coffee, networking, questions
The 12:00 tour will repeat this programme
If you are interested in registering for our open day please register on Eventbrite here!
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