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Empowering Business and Communities in Yorkshire
Jun 27 2022
A new business hub to help support the region’s entrepreneurial community with dedicated facilities and expertise has been launched by the University of York. Enterprise Works, will be based at the newly-renovated Guildhall, which has just been acquired by the University on a 15-year lease following a multi-million pound renovation The hub will offer a range of business services, including office space; conference facilities; shared workspaces; training and networking events, as well as building on existing services offered to University staff and students.
Professor Kiran Trehan, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Partnerships and Engagement, said “Enterprise Works will support the region’s entrepreneurs and businesses, but more than that, enhance the power of enterprise and entrepreneurship to support communities, economies, and lives.
“We want to ensure that everyone who wants to be enterprising is supported to do so, whatever their background, and to make enterprise everybody’s business.”
Enterprise Works will also help to develop small business training and offer funding opportunities to entrepreneurs across York and the wider region. It will deliver a wide-range of events to bring together thought leaders, business owners, policy makers and researchers to work on crucial social and business issues, as well as create a new community allowing entrepreneurs to access expertise and peer support.
Director of Enterprise Works, Sam Gardner, said “Community is at the heart of Enterprise Works, and we are thankful for the generosity we have seen from our alumni and the local business community for this initiative so far.
“We are excited to support local businesses at every stage of their entrepreneurial journey and to work with them to shape this community in the future.”
Helen Simpson, Chair of York and North Yorkshire LEP, said: “The next generation of entrepreneurs will grow some great new businesses, which will support the development and expansion of our regional economy.
“We’re delighted to see the University’s commitment to entrepreneurship and to developing our talent base. We look forward to continuing to work with the University in the development of partnerships across the city and the region to ensure holistic, connected support for our start-ups.”
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