Based in the heart of Exeter, Yello Studio is a leading creative communications agency supporting sustainable growth for businesses and brands.
Securious helps its clients use cyber security to open new doors, protect their reputation and keep customers across Devon, the South West and beyond happy by helping them improve systems, achieve accreditations and educate their teams.
Bird make beautiful, handcrafted eyewear using sustainable materials, and for every pair sold, the company gives solar light to remote communities in Africa through their ‘Share Your Sun’ partnership with SolarAid.
Bishop Fleming is a leading provider of audit, accounting, tax and business consultancy in the UK. It is a leading advisor to privately owned businesses in the South West and is the number one provider of professional services to Academy Trusts in the UK.
HEL Performance Products
We exist in a very niche marketplace – we manufacture braking products for the automotive industry. We machine all of our mainline stainless steel and aluminium products on our own CNC machines a few miles outside of Exeter.
“Devon is in Crowdcube’s DNA,” says Luke Lang, co-founder of Europe’s biggest crowdfunding platform.
The University of Exeter is a top Russell Group university that combines world-class research with high levels of student satisfaction in the heart of the South West. The University has four main campuses across Devon and Cornwall with over 25,000 students and 5,000 staff members from over 130 countries.
Tubers is a video creator academy and creative space for young people at the forefront of digital video trends.
Since 2008, SITU have stood at the forefront of the corporate accommodation industry, sourcing serviced apartments worldwide for a diverse range of clients.
Hi-Line Contractors SW Ltd
Established in 1998 we are one of the UK’s leading Arboricultural companies. We are a family run business, employing over 250 people, from apprentices to consultants.
Simpleware Product Group, Synopsys
This Exeter University spin-out, acquired by Synopsys five years ago, has seen some amazing changes.
Founded in 1854 the Met Office were established to save lives and help the UK economy thrive. Their Founder, Captain, (later Vice-Admiral), Robert FitzRoy, did this by pushing the boundaries of science and technology. Those principles are still with the Met Office today.