Bosch Mobility UK moves to new Science Park offices

Arun Srinivasan, Head of Bosch Mobility UK (front row, left) and Jennifer Greenway, Director of Corporate Finance, University of Warwick (front row, centre), cut a ribbon to officially open Bosch Mobility UK’s new offices at iHouse, part of the University of Warwick Science Park

One of the world’s leading technology companies has moved into a new office in Coventry.

Bosch Mobility UK has moved into iHouse at the University of Warwick Science Park, bringing together teams who had previously been based in three separate offices there.

The new office will be home to around 90 members of the Bosch Mobility UK team, including a host of software engineers who design and develop software for vehicles.

The company has had office space at the Science Park for more than ten years and Arun Srinivasan, Head of Bosch Mobility UK, said it is the perfect location for collaboration with academia and other partners.

Arun said: “I’m delighted that the Bosch Warwick Technical Centre teams have relocated to the i-House building at the University of Warwick Science Park.

“Bosch Mobility provides cutting edge technology for the automotive industry and technology to enable modern trends in mobility solutions for passengers, goods and services.

“With the substantive transformation of the global automotive industry in play, it is vital Bosch continues its collaboration with customers, academia and research establishments the world over, to develop the most advanced technology and solutions.

“The close proximity of i-House to the University of Warwick, National Automotive Innovation Centre, and Warwick Manufacturing Group facilitates this collaboration work.”

Jenny Greenway, the University of Warwick’s Director of Corporate Finance, said: “We are thrilled that Bosch Mobility UK has relocated within the Science Park. It demonstrates Bosch’s and the University’s commitment to driving regional economic growth.

“It’s also a real show of faith in the Science Park as a location and everything it can offer including academic and research partnerships with the University as well as being at the centre of the future of the automotive industry.”

The University of Warwick Science Park is celebrating 40 years of helping start-up businesses with a truly great idea, companies looking to scale, and corporates looking to innovate by engaging with University of Warwick research and talent. Its 42 acres are a hot-bed for innovative companies and now host over 145 businesses.