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Businesses in Poole

Poole is home to a diverse range of business industries and its not just about leisure and tourism and maritime technologies and services.

Business and economy is Poole is booming thanks to the harbour, advanced manufacturing and engineering sectors, creative and digital industries as well as a booming tourism and leisure trade.

Poole's Harbour is one of the world's largest natural harbours and well located for shipping movements.

As well as coastal links, the road and rail networks from Poole are well serviced. It takes just under tow hours on the train to get to London and Bournemouth Airport is just down the road.

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It and Mobile technolody is strong and commercial businesses have the choice of many office space options in Poole including numerous serviced offices, hot desking and coworking space. Poole also has many industrial estates including Dawkins Road, Hamworthy, Nuffield Industrial Estate, Mannings Heath, Fleets and Creekmoor offering quality industrial and commercial office space.

Due to the high demand of office and industrial space in Poole, there are a additional sites currently under construction.

Poole town centre has been promised a major rejeneration to enhance the area as a retail, leisure and cultural destination with the added benefit of creating new housing, business workspace and jobs. A waterfront regeneration scheme is due to complete within the next ten years too.

There are a number of local networking groups and events in and around Poole and the town has a large choice of meeting and conference venues.

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