PRLog - Feb. 3, 2012 - SOUTH PETHERTON, U.K. -- Somerset ambassadors Deborah Meaden, Sarah Parish and Michael Eavis are backing the new Into Somerset 'So Well Connected' marketing campaign, which will be launched on Tuesday 14 February at the Taunton Rugby Club. Businesses across the county are invited to attend the unveiling of this new campaign where they will have an opportunity to network with other business representatives from across the county.
Rupert Cox, Chief Executive of Into Somerset, comments, “We are very excited about the launch of the new Into Somerset marketing campaign, which will shine a light on some of the most exciting elements of doing business in Somerset. Through this campaign we will highlight the ‘connectedness’
“We are fortunate to be so well connected in Somerset, with excellent road and rail links, a dynamic and supportive business network, and a forthcoming multi-million pound government investment in Somerset’s superfast broadband, which will help to ensure that businesses within the county can become even more competitive, adding to the county’s already impressive £9billion economy.”
Businesspeople interested in attending the event should visit the Into Somerset website, www.intosomerset.co.uk, and click on the link for the So Well Connected launch.
Into Somerset handled 76 genuine investment enquiries between January and December 2011, with interest coming from businesses based both in the UK and overseas. A total of 14 of these companies have already invested in Somerset, with around 300 projected jobs being created once their investments are complete.
Into Somerset offers a tailored business relocation service, giving advice and information to facilitate the process. To find out more about the many varied opportunities that Somerset can offer, or for advice and guidance on setting up a business in Somerset call on 0845 1222 066 or visit www.intosomerset.co.uk.