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Toffee Factory is now 100% occupied. A total of 22 businesses and 130 people are now based in the building just one year after opening following decades of neglect origin spiele schnelleren. Following an extensive refurbishment, Toffee Factory is now a beautifully restored, multi-award-winning workspace, providing high quality facilities for a wide range of creative and digital businesses wie kann ich whatsapp web herunterladen.

Initial estimates were that the building would take two and a half years to fill, but it has proved to be a very attractive package for growing digital and creative businesses in Newcastle and there is now demand for more space in the area both for new companies and for those that want to expand you can download at joyn plus.

Managed by Creative Space Management, Toffee Factory is located in the heart of the Ouseburn area of Newcastle. Creative Space Management opened the building in December 2011, adding to other clusters across the UK, which includes Round Foundry in Leeds, Electric Works in Sheffield and the Advanced Manufacturing Park Technology Centre in Rotherham geburtstagskarten herunterladen kostenlos.

Toby Hyam, Managing Director, Creative Space Management said:

“The creative business community in Newcastle and the wider city region is thriving and we think that there is further potential for growth Age of empires 3 free full version. Toffee Factory has been a team effort with many key stakeholders contributing to its success. But it is the businesses that must take the credit for investing in growth and taking on new staff in a very challenging economic context kostenlos kinderserienen. We should be very proud of local entrepreneurs who have taken the risks to expand their activities and support the region.”

Hot desks and virtual offices are still available and companies interested in the area should contact the team to ensure they are put on the waiting list for offices as they become available games pc. Meeting rooms are also available for internal hire and there is an event space for external hire with seating for up to 70 people. With the host of great pubs and eateries of the Ouseburn on the doorstep, clients are spoilt for choice herunterladen.

Rob Dixon, Chief Operating Officer of Digital Spark, now based at Toffee Factory, said:

“Since relocating our operations to the Toffee Factory just over a year ago, the venue has offered us the flexibility to grow, as our business grew, from the one office space when we first moved in to the three offices we have now excel op mac downloaden. The building has a real natural energy and is a fantastic working environment, supported by a warm, welcoming and friendly team that has helped us recruit the best talent as our business has expanded, both in the UK and across Europe.“

Regular social events are organised and Toffee Factory has opened its doors to feature in cultural programmes including The Late Shows and Ouseburn Open Studios sky q appen.

Toffee Factory is owned by Newcastle City Council and was redeveloped with support from European Regional Development Fund, Single Programme through One North East and Newcastle City Council.

Nick Forbes, Newcastle City Council Leader said: “This is excellent news. It demonstrates the vibrancy of the creative industries in the city and our reputation for developing and attracting businesses which can grow the region’s economy, bringing jobs and prosperity. It is also a huge boost for the Ouseburn Valley which is being further transformed by a £12m investment in homes and public spaces.”

Toffee Factory won a raft of awards including the RIBA award for sustainability in the northern regions as well as best building in the North East. It also won best building in the region from RICS and was commended at the national awards as the best regeneration building in the UK.

what our clients say

The energy, vision and enthusiasm that Toby and Paul brought to the project within a very challenging timescale were of great importance in helping GYBC secure grants of over £6m to enable works to begin on conversion of the Grade 1 listed St. George’s Chapel. The highly credible outline Business Plan has proved to be a sound basis for developing a viable enterprise, enabling work to commence on site with a high level of confidence.

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