For Porsche, a desire to have a presence in Tewkesbury dates back to 2007.Read more
Basing your courier business at Junction 9 of the M5 was a smart move for Stefan Roberts when he set up RED (Roberts Express Delivery) nine years ago.Read more
Tewkesbury’s Basepoint Business Centre is located in Tewkesbury Business Park, just a five-minute drive off Junction 9 of the M5.Read more
Moog is a worldwide designer, manufacturer, and integrator of precision control components and systems.Read more
For Mosaique, being based in Tewkesbury is embedded in the company's DNA.Read more
Tewkesbury's businesses are proud and enthusiastic about being based in the town.
For many it was a conscious decision to choose Tewkesbury because of the benefits on offer to help them grow and flourish.
For those that got here via other means, the reasons to stay are resounding.
Here some of our businesses share their stories and why they are staying firmly put in Tewkesbury.
Cotteswold Dairy has played a major role in daily lives of Tewkesbury people for more than 70 years, this is thanks to the quality of its locally-sourced milk and doorstep deliveries.Read more
Bushell and Meadows is an inspirational home-grown success story. As manufacturers of high quality precision engineering products for the medical, aerospace and defence markets, the company has a heritage in Tewkesbury that dates back more than half a century.Read more
Listening closely to their customers has been the key to the 10-year success of Halfords Traditional Butchers in Tewkesbury.Read more
Tewkesbury Park is situated on the site of the 1471 Battle of Tewkesbury, with beautiful panoramic views of Tewkesbury Abbey, the Malvern Hills and Gloucestershire countryside.Read more
If you see a photo of Tewkesbury – its people, businesses or landscape – the image is often the work of Jack Boskett.Read more
Great location in the South West for attracting foreign investment
Right at the heart of the Growth Zone
Highest average pay in South West