Slough is a town with vitality – it bubbles with different cultures. There are lots of parks, open spaces and waterways, so it feels like a town in the country. Our reputation for leisure facilities, shopping and public events grows every year. We have lots of places for business people to stay. And the area is growing and developing all the time.
Rarely in Slough’s short history has the chance to boost its image been so great.
Two health and beauty companies, Naturisimo and MooGoo, are moving to new premises on SEGRO's Slough Trading Estate in order to expand their business operations.
Iconic puppets return to Slough Trading Estate to celebrate 50th anniversary
The owners of a local franchise chicken restaurant have opened an exciting new venture in Slough, opening a dessert lounge in the High Street.
In Slough, we have sales, marketing, finance, operations, IT and network technology people. So a lot of our business planning and creation of innovative services goes on in Slough. Next it is O2 Ville – our vision over the next three years on how O2 can help customers connect to the people and things that are important to them, like health and financial services, M2M devices, WIFI and unified comms.Ben Dowd - Business director at Telefónica O2
Slough is the centre of excellence for biologics process development and small scale manufacturing. Our other biologics plants are in Singapore, Spain and North America. A lot of projects start life in Slough.Gordon Bates - Head of operations at Lonza Biologics
SEGRO in Slough said, "We share the same sorts of aims as the Council. We want to bring businesses to Slough and keep them here, put money into the local economy, and help regenerate the area. - We have got strong relationships with the local authority, councillors and the local community..."Paul Lewis - Regional director at SEGRO
Slough has a very multinational community and we enjoy life here. There’s a lot to do nearby. We like walking to Windsor, only an hour away, when the weather’s good. - And London provides endless possibilities… brunch in China Town, movies in Leicester Square, walks by the Thames at Westminster, or trips to museums, art galleries and West End theatres are just some of the things we appreciate.Andrew Yuan - Managing Director of Hytera Communications (UK) Co., Ltd
The excellent level of education in Slough, with its great mix of grammar schools, academies and private schools also provides a local skilled workforce.Jo Wright - Business Development at Oury Clark