Flexspace provider unveils its first Manchester venture
Princess Street is the first Manchester location for flexspace provider incspaces.
The venue will provide 11,500 sq ft of city centre space just a short walk from Manchester Piccadilly train station.
It ranges from co-working to break-out rooms, to private offices and meeting rooms, as well as a café on site.
With contemporary interiors, it gives a space for entrepreneurs and SMEs to grow their business in a lively city centre environment close to all transport links.
Charlie Cudworth, incspaces managing director, said: “Incspaces Princess Street is a great addition to our portfolio of seven properties.
“We’re adding to the flex space we already provide in London and Leeds, and we’re looking forward to supporting new and existing businesses.”
He added: “If we’ve learnt anything from the global pandemic, it is the importance of offering support to businesses at this time.
“We’re offering free desk spaces to qualifying start-ups, people who are on furlough, or have been made redundant and just want office space.”
Jack Mason, Inc & Co Property Group chief executive, said: “We have deep roots in Manchester and are pleased that this is our first serviced office in the city. Previously owned by Accelerate Places, the new offices will be rebranded under incspaces and fully refurbished.
“Businesses need the flexibility that incspaces will offer to be able to grow. Everyone that takes advantage of our offer will be able to access an available business health check from Inc & Co.
“This will include support with financial strategy, business plan development, and their marketing strategy, dependent on their needs.”
Incspaces is part of Inc & Co, a business group collective that has recently acquired several digital businesses including MyLife Digital, Wood for Trees, Insight Analysis and Skylab, as well as Laundrapp.
All members of incspaces Manchester will gain access to a broad range of amenities, including discounted gym membership, as well as access to office spaces in London and Leeds.