Sustainable Ventures: Green start-up hub opens in London's County Hall

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Sustainable menstrual product company DAME is among the first 50 businesses to use office space in the re-developed County Hall | Credit: Sustainable Ventures
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Sustainable menstrual product company DAME is among the first 50 businesses to use office space in the re-developed County Hall | Credit: Sustainable Ventures

Former council headquarters has been transformed into a shared office space for innovative start ups working on climate-focused solutions

A leading hub for green business and clean tech start-ups has opened inside County Hall on the south bank of the Thames, with Sustainable Ventures officially setting up shop on the third and fifth floors...

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