It’s been a busy few months for the Castledown Enterprise Centre at Ludgershall, welcoming four new business tenants.
The Enterprise Centre is part of The Enterprise Network, a £5.2m initiative led by Wiltshire Council with EU and Government funding to support start-up and growing micro businesses in the county.
Natalie Holt of training company Security & Risk Management Alumni said the business was really pleased with its new base. “The facilities are perfect,” she said. “Everyone has been really helpful; we love the fact we can book the meeting and training rooms online, the high speed broadband is great and the rent is really reasonable. What more can you ask?”
The new tenants range from a photographer to a construction company. There are now eight businesses based in the Enterprise Centre at Castledown Business Park.
“The Centre’s growing success is down to our affordable and flexible office space, reliable high-speed broadband and free business advice,” said Centre manager Russell Frith. “Many businesses are expanding and moving to Wiltshire, especially those which work with the military, so this is the perfect place to set up in the county.”
The Enterprise Network has opened four Enterprise Centres across Wiltshire to support start-up and growing micro businesses, offering affordable meeting and training rooms, flexible office spaces including hot-desks and co-working rooms, as well as virtual office facilities.
To find out more about The Enterprise Network visit: www.theenterprisenetwork.co.uk
Pictured above from left to right: Russell Frith, Castledown Enterprise Centre Manager, with Natalie Holt and Duncan Godfrey of Security & Risk Management Alumni and Adam Silk of FX92 Photography