Engine Shed is a collaboration between Bristol City Council, the University of Bristol and the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership at the heart of Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone. It is an entrepreneurial hub which is all about meeting and sharing. It's both a venue and project that stimulates innovation and long-term sustainable and inclusive economic growth by supporting organisations and our diverse community in fulfilling their potential.
|Area Served:||Bristol, BANES, North Somerset, South Glos|
Housed on two floors of Brunel’s original station, dating back to 1841, Engine Shed has a number of 'components' that together make an exciting hub for activity where entrepreneurs, business leaders, academics, students and corporates can collaborate, inspire and enable.
It has facilities which include meeting rooms for hire, co-working space, members only Business Lounge and events. It acts as a host and facilitator for the creative, high-tech and low carbon sectors in creating a diverse workforce for the future, stimulating the scale-up and investment ecosystem and nurturing innovation.
Engine Shed’s vision is to be recognised as a prominent, active, innovative and provocative enabler to sustainable economic growth in collaboration with other local centres; and that the Bristol and Bath city region is a thriving, internationally recognised economic powerhouse with accessible employment in the high-tech, creative and low-carbon sectors for all residents, be they local or moving to the LEP area.
For more information about Engine Shed and its components, visit the website.
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