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Why should your business decide to #ChooseDevon?
Have you flown in or out of Exeter airport recently? If so, you may have spotted the #ChooseDevon campaign by Devon Delivers which features three of the brilliant brands based here in Devon!
The ads showcase the fantastic lifestyle on offer to people who live in Devon, as well as demonstrating the opportunities available for ambitious brands and business owners.
The ads feature Guy Singh-Watson, Founder of Riverford; the national organic veg box company which started as a vegetable delivery service to 30 friends in Devon, and now delivers around 47,000 boxes per week to homes across the UK.
The campaign also stars Mark Roberts, CEO of Lightfoot, the world’s first technology to reward better drivers. Based in award-winning offices in Devon’s ‘Innovation Valley’ Lightfoot is working globally to help businesses and drivers save fuel and reduce emissions.
Luke Lang, Co-founder of Crowdcube, also features. Crowdcube is the world’s first and leading investment crowdfunding platform which has backed over 800 successful campaigns, raising over £689million in Pitch investment since 2011.
There are a number of brilliant brands based in Devon, who benefit from the:
Travel connections - which link Devon to Europe from Exeter airport and connect Devon to the wider UK with great road and rail links.
Innovation - as Devon invests in world class research and development and supports startups.
Contact Devon Delivers to find out more about the benefits of moving your business to Devon and the support available.
Follow the Devon County Council Economy team to keep up to date with the latest business news and opportunities from Devon: @DCCEconomy #ChooseDevon.
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