Manchester coworking space responds to covid with incubator programme to help businesses build & thrive
16th November 2020, 1:23 pm
Use.Space is aiming to support SMEs & Start-ups with its new Intensive Incubator Programme which will offer successful applicants £15K worth of business support.
As the impact of Covid-19 continues to affect the business community, Use Space is creating a new initiative which aims to help businesses thrive with a full-service package.
The Intensive Incubator Programme will offer applicants three months free access to Use Space, up to £15K worth of business support, which includes mentoring, advice for funding & investment, specialist expertise, business development, branding and networking, as well as, high-speed wi-fi, meeting rooms, car parking and close transport links.
The man behind the new initiative David Walter is the founder of Use.Space & Seventy7. David is an investor and committed leader, he has successfully grown and developed a multinational company from the ground up. Having made his start in Fashion Photography he went on to found Photolink Creative Group which evolved into Seventy7, now employing 165 people in the UK and 20 in India.
David Walter, founder of the Use Space says: “Covid has ripped through the business community and has had a tremendous impact, our aim is to guide and support people through this difficult time with our network, expertise and physical space.”
David will be working with Use Space Strategic Director John Whalley, as well as a panel of industry experts such as pro-manchester, GC Angels, Elevate GM, Dominic McGregor, Creative Industries Federation and Midas to ensure candidates have full access to the relevant resources.
Successful applicants will be able to continue the relationship with Use from April 2021 onwards with January, February and March 2021 being free as a part of the incubator.
Applicants can apply for the Intensive Incubator Programme here: https://usespace.co.uk/intensive-incubator-programme/, the application will close on 7th December and lucky candidates will be contacted soon after the closing date.
Use.Space wants to use this opportunity to champion businesses and organisations of all backgrounds and sizes and ensure successful applicants are provided with the tools to thrive and flourish during the incubator experience.
For further information about the Intensive Incubator Programme can be found on the Use. website.
Use.Space is an innovative community and co-working space based on Paddock Street and is open 7am-7pm.