Business minister visits Stevenage

Business minister Michael Fallon and Hertfordshire LEP chairman John Gourd at Stevenage Bioscience C

Business minister Michael Fallon and Hertfordshire LEP chairman John Gourd at Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst - Credit: Archant

BUSINESS minister Michael Fallon visited Stevenage today (Friday) to discuss Government funding and said the town is “an example to the rest of Hertfordshire”.

The MP, who is the Minister of State for Business and Enterprise, gave a speech at the Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst talking to members of the Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and invited guests about building a case for government funding available in 2015.

About the town, Mr Fallon said: “Stevenage has shown how it’s possible to grow and to attract high-tech businesses to the town and is an example to the rest of Hertfordshire.”

For more about his visit and an interview with the Comet see next week’s newspaper.


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