27 July 2012

With the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games just around

the corner, the atmosphere throughout the UK is really heating up. As the

worldwide sporting event commences, one of Shoreham Port’s tenants is reliving

the role they played in securing London as the host city. Tongue Tied, a translation

service based in Hove Enterprise Centre, invested time, energy and lots of hard

work to help London stage the Games. The company’s efforts included translating

the final presentation into 5 languages that was watched by the IOC members and

ultimately helped to clinch the bid for London.  

Tongue Tied have been long term residents of Hove Enterprise

Centre since 2004, as it provides a convenient and accessible location,

suitable to house all of their staff and ensure they deliver an excellent

service. John Shouler of Tongue Tied said “we are really proud of our efforts

in helping to secure the Olympics in London. Being in a great location like

Hove Enterprise Centre is popular with our staff and the range of businesses

makes it a pleasant working environment that adds to the community feel of

Shoreham Port”.

Hove Enterprise Centre is also home to recently installed solar

panels, enough to power 40 homes and generate more than 90kW. It’s a great way

to see the Port’s renewable energy initiatives and contribute to a cleaner,

greener and more sustainable future.

Shoreham Port’s Property Manager, Tim Hague said “the Centre has

a wealth of benefits not only from location and accessibility, but also great

transport links, a range of facilities available to tenants, a dedicated bike

shelter and it’s on the National Cycle route”.

For further information regarding tenancy options please contact

Tim Hauge, Property Manager thague@shoreham-port.co.uk or

call 01273 598100 or visit www.shoreham-port.co.uk/Property.

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