A new workspace concept is coming to Nottingham.
Scale Space was launched last year in London’s White City in a partnership between Blenheim Chalcot, the venture builder, and Imperial College.
It combines flexible workspace suited to innovative scale-up businesses with a portfolio of membership benefits built around access to ideas and expertise.
Nottingham will be home to the first regional Scale Space, which will open on Wollaton Street later this month.
Scale Space is led by CEO Mark Sanders, who says the concept is based on the need to create environments which help scale-up businesses navigate the challenges they face by giving them a route into innovation expertise which is accessible physically and digitally.
Scale Space is backed by Blenheim Chalcot which has been building ventures in Nottingham for the past 20 years, having invested in TDX Group and Oakbrook Finance.
Mark Sanders said: “It’s no accident that a leading venture builder has invested in Nottingham. This is the city where the journey that led to the founding of Experian means tech is effectively a heritage industry. There is a network of disruptive businesses here and some great talent to support them.
“So bringing the model we pioneered in London
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