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Bristol enterprise hub to reopen for co-working

By lowie trevena, Thursday Jul 30, 2020

Having been closed since the coronavirus pandemic hit the UK in March 2020, enterprise hub Engine Shed has announced that it will reopen at the beginning of August.

The enterprise hub, located in Brunel’s original train station, will reopen to the public on Monday, August 3.

An enterprise hub for activity where entrepreneurs, business leaders, academics, students and corporates can “collaborate, inspire and be inspired, enable and be enabled”, Engine Shed brings people together to encourage sustainable economic growth.

With a large co-working space, Engine Shed has the space for individuals and small groups to meet together in a safe location.

“We are truly excited about reopening our doors,” says head of Engine Shed, Marty Reid. “Engine Shed is a building that thrives on the diverse network of people that connect in the space, from entrepreneurs and innovators to business leaders, professionals, academics and students.

“We look forward to supporting people to work together, which is at the heart of what we do.”

Engine Shed reopens on August 3. Photo: Engine Shed

From Monday, August 3, meeting rooms are available to hire for up to 16 people, with AV and hosting support meaning that participants can join the meeting remotely.

Visitors can also book a booth or table in the Members’ Lounge to work individually or meet with up to two other people.

Main photo: Engine Shed

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