Sep 29, 2017
Posted: Sep 14, 2017
2017 has been an incredible year for NorthWest EHealth. We have won international recognition for our clinical trial technology, we are continuing to sign bigger and more challenging contracts, and our team is continuing to grow.
We are starting the final quarter of the year with the exciting news that we will be moving into Manchester Science Partnerships flagship Bright Building.
Marie Kane, chief operating officer at NorthWest EHealth, said “We are incredibly excited about the move to the Bright Building. The building offers the first opportunity in our company history to have our whole team together in one location.
The layout and facilities will not only foster collaboration and innovation within our team but with other customers and visitors to the park.”
Rowena Burns, chief executive of Manchester Science Partnerships said: “NorthWest EHealth is a fantastic fit with the Bright Building – a truly innovative business at the cutting edge of the digital health sector.
“Greater Manchester’s £6bn a year health and social care devolution agreement and the subsequent creation of Health Innovation Manchester to support innovation and the adoption of new products, means that the city region has a unique and compelling investment opportunity for digital health and medtech companies.”
The Bright Building sits within the Manchester Corridor enterprise zone and is part-funded by the North West Evergreen Fund, backed by the European Regional Development Fund, and Greater Manchester Combined Authority.