|What is particularly dynamic about the 'Access to Enterprise' project is its dual benefit of not only helping local people into self employment or starting their own business, but also in providing workshops and offices to support an individual's business dream in becoming a reality.
The EBC has already established itself as THE place for successful small businesses in East Central Bristol. This project capitalises on that success and through building 9 new small-managed workshops and 10 offices has created a new workspace block as an extension to the centre.
These additional features will improve the already positive and supportive atmosphere that exists in the centre for people to explore their business ideas, develop them further and learn how to make them a commercial reality.
Mutual support, business training courses, access to finance and the Centre's facilities, plus local and wider-area promotion, aim to create 160 new businesses and 240 new jobs, whilst improving local prosperity.
Another Centre-based community success.
"The 'Go-for-it' Access to Enterprise project at the Easton Business Centre Extension"
"Helping start-up businesses become a commercial reality"
For more information contact Mike Hemmings, Project Manager:
Tel: (0117) 955 4812 / (0117) 941 5888
Consultant: John Newman
Easton Business Centre,
Other Projects Being Funded
Bristol URBAN Programme