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Posted by Bizspace, 20th April 2017
Guests and staff networking at Atlantic Business Centre open day

We’re in the process of upgrading a number of our business centres, and the latest to be treated to a makeover is our Atlantic Business Centre in Altrincham. Business people from around the region gathered to see the results of the three-month project.

Posted by Bizspace, 18th April 2017
Lelli Kelly Office at Empress Business Centre

Justine Biggs introduced Italian children’s shoe brand, Lelli Kelly, to the UK, putting sparkle into the steps of little girls across the country. Here’s more about her inspirational business journey.

Posted by Bizspace, 10th April 2017
Interior of meeting room with sofa, wall art and easel containing poster

We’re known as ‘the place small businesses call home’ because of our dedication to supporting start-ups and microbusinesses – helping them to reach their potential. While we have business centres throughout the UK, one of our largest areas is the North West of England, which is great news for companies in the region.

Posted by Bizspace, 3rd April 2017
Saddleworth Business Centre Entrance Side View

There’s great news for start-ups and small businesses in the Saddleworth area, as we’ve just begun work to create 16 new offices in the town. This means we can help even more companies launch, grow and develop.

Posted by Bizspace, 3rd April 2017
Hall full of attendees listening to speaker

Our aim is to do all we can to help and support start-ups, small companies and microbusinesses, and we’re very excited to meet the next generation of business brains at the forthcoming Northern Business Exhibition. Get the dates in your diary!

Posted by Bizspace, 3rd April 2017

Many of our business centres are historic buildings that boast a wide variety of previous uses. We love to preserve and celebrate that history whenever we can, and we’re currently focusing on finding out more about the past of our Chamberlain Business Centre in Hull, to commemorate the City of Culture year. Can you help us find out more?

Posted by Bizspace, 24th March 2017

If you want happy and satisfied staff, it’s not just the job you’re hiring for and the salary you’re paying. How you are perceived as a manager can be instrumental in how long your employees stay with your company – and even whether they accept a job offer in the first place.

Posted by BizEditor, 24th March 2017
Kate Yates

There is an unstoppable army taking over the SME market. This army is unique in that they are often mothers, wives, girlfriends, but most importantly they are strong, independent women.
At BizSpace we have many inspirational female entrepreneurs.
With Mother’s Day looming we thought there was no better time to celebrate this unstoppable force.
We sat down with one of our customers Kate Yates of Territory Interior Design to dig deeper into this trend.

Posted by Bizspace, 21st March 2017
Nick Smith head shot with foliage in the background

Our focus is on creating the ideal supportive environments for startups and small businesses to launch, grow and thrive. In order to help as many companies as possible, we’re always on the lookout for new BizSpace locations, and we’ve recently appointed a new Development Director, responsible for identifying potential new-build sites.

Posted by Bizspace, 16th March 2017
New head of people and culture Samantha Hill headshot

At BizSpace our staff mean everything to us. They’re the driving force behind our vision, values and culture, and they’re who help our customers day in and day out to ensure they have everything they need for their businesses to be a success. We’ve recently created a new position – Head of People and Culture – to create an industry-leading people strategy throughout our company.

Posted by Bizspace, 16th March 2017
Atlantic Business Centre, Altrincham side view of entrance

An open day will reveal the impressive makeover of an Altrincham business centre.

Posted by Bizspace, 14th March 2017
Customer with loyalty card viewing lap top screen

We live in a society which is becoming increasingly reliant on technology, which means businesses doing it ‘old school’ could well be missing out on spreading the word about their products, winning new customers and improving the bottom line. Here’s some advice on improving your online shop window.

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