Record Numbers of New Companies Started in Slough Reports UK Company Formation Agent Duport

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The latest official data on UK company registrations reveals that during March 2012 more new companies were registered in Slough then ever before.

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Slough is a prime location for entrepreneurial growth.

A record 194 companies were officially registered with a Slough address during March 2012, beating the previous best of 186 in March 2007.

This will come as welcome news to business people and councillors across the region after work began on the £400m “Heart of Slough” development project in 2010. The project which will redevelop the town centre to attract growth in the IT and communications sector is due to run until 2018.

Slough is home to headquarters and major offices for many famous brands including Dulux, Amazon, Ford, Nintendo, Ferrari and Black & Decker. Slough is also famously the home of the Mars Bar first invented around 70 years ago but now produced overseas.

Commenting on the news, Duport owner Peter Valaitis said: “Slough is a prime location for entrepreneurial growth. Its proximity to London and transport links are superb and combined with the hundreds of millions of pounds being pumped in to regeneration projects, This news is just desert for the efforts of the region.”

During the month of March 2012 the most popular day to register a company was Friday 23rd with 16 companies registered and the most popular postcode band was SL1 with a total of 107 companies (55%).

The data for Slough is gathered from the public registry of Limited companies managed by Companies House in Cardiff.

Duport Associates Ltd is a leading UK company formation agent, operating in the UK for around 15 years. Duport registers around 10,000 new companies each year using its Companies House approved software. The Company Register which is maintained by Companies House contains public information about Limited companies and directors.

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