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Case Studies

Moo Free, Holsworthy

Moo-re than just chocolate

"Devon is a thriving place with a skilled workforce. Our broadband and phone connections are much faster and better here than in our head office in Reading. There’s been so much investment here that all the latest technology and infrastructure is being put in place.”

Mike Jessop-Co-founder, Moo Free Chocolates

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Aero Stanrew, Barnstaple

“Fundamental to our growth ambitions is the development of a highly skilled workforce. Our ambition is to improve the skillset of our engineers and to develop our leaders of the future from within the company, meaning more skilled work being located here in Devon.”

Clive Scott, CEO

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Acronyms Ltd., Plymouth

Helping SMEs adopt latest IT technology

“There are numerous reasons why Dave Smith and I decided to launch our business here in the South West, specifically Devon back in 2003. With one of the greatest quality of life standards in the country, Devon also boasts a booming economy with a range of thriving industries. Super-fast broadband is being rolled out across the county and £94 million is being spent connecting Devon and Somerset, there has never been a better time for companies in the South West.”

Amos Swan - Director, Acronyms Ltd.

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Everything in Balance: Devon Delivers


Stuart Devlin, Digital Director of e-strategy, explains how creating a perfect equilibrium between work and life can be achieved in Devon.

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Why Devon? Why not?

Rokk Media

CEO of Rokk Media, Adam Stone, explains why he believes Devon Delivers.

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The Old Bag Company, Kingsbridge

There's always bags of enthusiasm in Devon

Since the first days of beach bags Sally has gained a reputation for designing a quality range of everyday bags and products all at affordable prices, and the Old Bag Company have won numerous awards.

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The Venus Company, Dartmouth

Customers' needs are balanced with environmental Sustainability

Today the company serves local and organic produce to over 850,000 customers a year and spends approximately £650,000 per annum on local goods and services. Venus turnover tops the £2.0m mark employs 27 core employees and a further 45 seasonal staff and part time summer catering staff.

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South Devon Chilli Farm, Loddiswell

Business is heating up in south Devon

“We are extremely lucky in Devon to be surrounded by businesses, producers and customers passionate about buying local and supporting the region’s vast array of fantastic products. This was a huge factor of our success in the early stages of the business and continues to be key now, along with an ever increasing demand from both across the country and internationally.”

Steve Waters - Founder, South Devon Chilli Farm

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Riverford Organics, Buckfastleigh

A good place to grow

“Together with my siblings we are continuing our parent’s innovative approach to farming and an enthusiasm for making great food made from what grows on the farm. I think there is a genuine interest from the public for local produce and this has enabled South Devon to become a fertile ground for food producers.”

Guy Watson - Founder, Riverford Organics

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Burts Chips, Plymouth

Hand fried potato chips firmly rooted in Devon

“We rely heavily upon the excellent transport connections in the County and would be unable to transport our award winning crisps across the UK and to 42 countries worldwide if it wasn’t for these great links. We want to help other businesses succeed and prosper in Devon, just as we have – it really is a great place to do business!”

Nick Hurst- Founder Director, Burts Chips

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