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Innovation Exeter - Survey of supported ventures
Posted on: March 10th 2016

Key stakeholders in the Exeter knowledge economy are developing a plan to better support the development of new and existing high growth potential businesses in the region.  The ultimate aim is to promote an increase in the formation and growth of technology / knowledge based businesses in Exeter and its surrounding region.  

To inform the plan, Innovation Exeter (a partnership involving the University, Exeter City, Teignbridge and East Devon District Councils and the Met Office) has appointed PACEC to carry out a review of the different forms of business support that are currently available in the region.

If you are able to spare 15 - 20 minutes of your time to answer some questions about the assistance you have received, the benefits to your business, and any potential support gaps / areas for improvement, PACEC and Innovation Exeter would be very grateful.

All your answers will be treated in confidence and will not be conveyed or transferred to any third party.

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