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Technology team welcomes Business Centre opening

The Technology Centre team has attended the opening of a green business development centre in Dunstable.

Located just several miles from the Leighton Buzzard campus, The Incuba provides office space, business support, and demonstration areas for innovative green start-ups.

The project was developed by Central Bedfordshire College in partnership with the county council and the European Regional Development Fund.

George Crossey, a Technology Centre apprentice and student at the Dunstable-based college, and Sustainability Consultant Bob Lewis were on hand to greet high profile visitors including the government’s business secretary Vince Cable MP.

The team spoke to guests about the work carried out by the Technology Centre, in particular a current contract to provide cathodic protection at Battersea Power Station.

Published: 17/04/2014


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