Complete Communication is the latest tenant to join Plymouth Science Park. The accessibility business provides cost-effective communication, education and language specialist services to support disabled and deaf people across the UK.
Plymouth Science Park is already home to five education and training based organisations, including Sponge, University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust Project SEARCH, University of Plymouth’s School of Health Professions & Peninsula Medical School and South Devon College.
The move to Plymouth Science Park will support Complete Communication to achieve their ambitious growth plans as they work alongside like-minded businesses already based at the Park.
Complete Communication aims to ensure that deaf and disabled people can have full access to any service they need and feel like a valued member of their community. They provide services to support students accessing Disabled Student Allowance Support funding, unique British Sign Language and Deaf and Disability awareness courses, and communication services at events including theatre performances, festivals and webinars across the UK.
Daryl McMullan, Managing Director at Complete Communication, said: “We are passionate about providing communications to people with a variety of needs, to ensure that all areas of society are accessible. We are excited to be moving to Plymouth Science Park, so that we can continue to grow our business across the UK and provide support to as many people as possible. The Park provides us with access to a supportive and like-minded community of businesses who, like us, are driven to create positive change in the world.”
Complete Communication works across the UK and collaborates closely with regional universities in the South West and popular entertainment venues including the Northcott Theatre in Exeter and the Theatre Royal Plymouth.
Fay Davies, Business Development Manager at Plymouth Science Park, commented: “With more services than ever before being delivered digitally, and as entertainment venues reopen their doors, accessibility has perhaps never been so important. We are delighted to announce the arrival of Complete Communication to the Park, as they provide a vital service to promote accessibility and inclusivity throughout the UK. We are looking forward to supporting their growth and learning how we can support all of our tenants to be fully accessible employers and businesses.”