Weston’s creative tech and digital co-working hub, The Stable, opened its doors to the public one year ago, and to recognise the milestone, celebrated with Stable members, supporters and local businesses.
Kerry O’Neill, Creative Hub Manager from The Stable, said: “This last year has been an epic achievement for everyone involved. We’ve had the pleasure of welcoming Google Digital Garage twice, as well as Arts Council England, Watershed Arts and SpaceHive, the crowd funding platform.”
“Our next exciting phase is we’re looking to expand our building and double the available space, an extra 4000 sq ft, for sole traders, freelancers and small businesses. We’ll be holding an open event on Thursday 11 October and welcome all interested parties to come along, ask questions and look at the current space we have available.”
The Stable, which is located on Wadham Street, offers co-working and office space to creative tech and digital freelancers, micro and start-up businesses on flexible and low-risk terms. It is funded by the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership through the Local Growth Fund, administered by the West of England Combined Authority.
As well as the economic benefits of supporting start-up businesses, The Stable helps to reposition Weston as a well-connected, quality location, identified as a good place to live and work, with a distinct personality based around creative arts and culture. Networking events and support are available to members of The Stable, to cultivate their business success.
To register your interest in becoming a member of the Stable, visit www.thestableweston.com.