There are so many ways YOU can get involved with us at M-SParc, Wales’ first dedicated Science Park.
Our HQ is located in Gaerwen on Anglesey, however we do have M-SParc “On Tour” hubs in each county in North West Wales. Our current On Tour locations are Bangor and Pwllheli
M-SParc was established to drive innovation forward and provide economic growth. We and our amazing tenants are proud to do this every day. From workshops for children and schools, talks and conferences for businesses, to developing new and innovative solutions, there is no such thing as standing still at M-SParc!
At M-SParc you never know who you’ll bump in to. In Tanio, our cafe and events space, the person sat next to you could be a tenant, a business advisor, or a local investor.
We arrange and host events with partners including Microsoft and Google, while also putting the brightest and best local talent in the spotlight with sector-specific events. Children and young people bring the space to life when they attend STEM events, helping bridge the skills gap and create opportunities for the future generations.
With over 70 tenats and virtual tenants calling M-SParc home, there is plenty of opportunity for collaboration.
Thriving innovation, alive with ideas, you are sure to feel inspired the second you step foot into M-SParc.
Our ethos is based around helping you establish and develop your business. We provide dedicated business support for all our tenants, ensuring you have access to sector-specific, specialist advice. Tenants are encouraged to join our regular breakfasts and BBQs to hear from experts in the region, and to make the most of peer-to-peer networking. Come and join our community.
M-SParc can provide space for businesses of all sizes, from start-ups to large corporate companies. Everything a business requires, from outstanding facilities and bespoke business support services, to flexible office space and laboratories, is available on site.
This is the Tanio area, the main entrance as you walk in, and where our cafe is located. The space can be used for events, and it’s a great place to sit with a coffee and do some work, or for informal meetings.
Tom used to work at the KFC in his hometown of Colwyn Bay before it mysteriously burned down. He then spent several years “on the lam” in East Germany, where he worked as an animator in Berlin. When the wall fell, Tom came home.
He enjoys climbing and hates ice-skating.