Global firm latest tenant at Devon business park
An international firm has become the latest tenant at Exeter Science Park.
Global company ProEconomy has set up a permanent presence in the South West with new offices at the science park. P
roEconomy provides water hygiene and infection control services.
The company’s headquarters are in Milton Keynes and it also has offices in Holland and the United Arab Emirates.
Byron Bedford, chief executive of ProEconomy, said: “We treat the water and provide infection control services for five of the 10 largest NHS trusts and have the Royal Warrant for water treatment services for the King.
“We also work across the UK, Europe, Asia and the Middle East within the hotel, university, and medical sectors.”
ProEconomy has taken the lease on the office, which is in the Science Park Centre, having previously used the co-working space in the centre.