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Gloucestershire based Neon Play is part of the country's 'vital six per cent'

PUBLISHED: 17:55 10 April 2013 | UPDATED: 13:57 16 April 2013

Gloucestershire based Neon Play is part of the country's 'vital six per cent'

Gloucestershire based Neon Play is part of the country's 'vital six per cent'

On Thursday, 27 June 2013, Liverpool will host a new Government initiative called ACCELERATE 2013, Britain's first annual festival dedicated to high-growth businesses, and Cirencester's Neon Play will be there

Gloucestershire based Neon Play is part of the countrys vital six per cent

On Thursday, 27 June 2013, Liverpool will host a new Government initiative called ACCELERATE 2013, Britains first annual festival dedicated to high-growth businesses, and CIrencesters Neon Play will be there as part of a new, elite group called, ACCELERATE 250 which are the UKs so-called vital six per cent, the businesses that create more than half of the nations new jobs by disrupting industries and creating new markets.

Each one has been nominated by leading business figures and they were invited to the inaugural meeting, which will take place at the festival by Sir Terry Leahy, the former chief executive of Tesco, whos now patron of Accelerate 2013.

Oli Christie, CEO of Neon Play said: Weve been lucky enough to win some fantastic awards and accolades in the last three years, but this invitation to the Accelerate 250 group of companies is one of the highlights of Neon Plays short history. Its a massive honour and privilege to be part of this group and I cant wait to be part of the day in Liverpool meeting some very interesting and dynamic business folk.

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