Another two companies have moved into the Corby Enterprise Centre, taking the total number of businesses to eight that have been signed by the town’s new £8.3m hub for local businesses and entrepreneurs.
They are Altus Edwin Hill, a leading real estate consulting and professional advisory services firm, which is part of the Altus Group - a global network of property consultants and Merritt and Baker, a search and selection recruitment consultancy.
Both companies will now be able to take advantage of the flexible office and studio space available in the Enterprise Centre, which also offers tenants access to business development advice as well as shared facilities such as a boardroom and meeting rooms.
Construction of the Enterprise Centre was completed in November and the building has since been furnished by Corby Borough Council. The Centre is being run on behalf of the Council by Angle Management.
Sheridan Baker of Merritt and Baker said:
“High Quality flexible serviced offices were simply not available within Corby until the CEC launched. We have been awaiting the release of these offices for over a year and have turned down multiple offers to relocate. We are more than happy with the results in terms of facilities and cost. If you are a small business looking for high quality office space in the Corby area Merritt and Baker Consultancy would heartily recommend the CEC.”
Richard Potter, Vice President of Altus Edwin Hill, said:
“We already act for many clients in the region and felt it was a good time to open an office serving Corby, Northamptonshire and the East Midlands.
Corby Enterprise Centre is a new facility and offers us the perfect amount of space with the flexibility to grow within the building should we need more space in the future. We have been very impressed with the level of service the management team has provided so far.”
For further information on Corby Enterprise Centre, businesses should visit www.ceccorby.co.uk, email email@example.com or telephone 01536 264264.
Source: Corby Enterprise Centre