The state-of-the-art John Bradfield Centre, designed by architects Aukett Swanke,
will nurture scalable, high-growth businesses in Cambridge to create a community of over 500 innovators. Central Working, the collaborative workspace provider, will create and run the three-storey, 40,000 sq. ft. building to galvanise Cambridge’s booming tech sector, which historically has been driven by collaboration with the University and surrounding businesses.
The aim is to provide a nurturing commercial environment for translating science into successful companies, and for turning scientists into successful entrepreneurs.
Businesses will have the option of having their own permanent office, working at a permanent desk in the collaborative workspace, or using the facility on a more flexible basis. Members will also be welcome at any of Central Working’s facilities in London, Manchester and further afield, where they can meet, share and collaborate as part of the Central Working network.
Central Working staff will go out of their way to facilitate relevant business connections across their member-businesses, providing useful contacts and stimulating business growth.
If you would like to find out how your company could benefit please get in touch.