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Diaceutics is first tenant at King's Hall

Diaceutics founder Peter Keeling said that the
Diaceutics founder Peter Keeling said that the "benefits of co-habiting at Dataworks with synergistic businesses will be considerable and will spark innovation for all"

By Staff Reporter

Pharma analytics firm Diaceutics has become the first tenant to sign up to the King's Hall Health and Wellbeing Park's new precision medicine hub Dataworks.

The medical company has taken 10,000 sq ft of space in the park's purpose-built Dataworks development, which is dedicated to companies involved in IT/data management within the healthcare industry.

Diaceutics founder Peter Keeling said that the "benefits of co-habiting at Dataworks with synergistic businesses will be considerable and will spark innovation for all".

"Healthcare data is the currency driving improvements in precision medicine globally and creating this centre of excellence will allow us to share data, insights, space and connections in a hive-like environment which will energise the sector," he said.

Construction of Dataworks is due to begin at the end of this year with a scheduled completion date at the end of next year.

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