Two leading Preston businesses have joined forces to help companies grow.
Bizspace, which provides flexible business space, has teamed up with business and marketing specialist NXO to launch the MAP Business Academy.
Based at Preston Technology Centre in Marsh Lane, the innovative scheme will be offered to all new customers who sign up for workspace at the popular business centre. As well as taking advantage of preferential rent, business owners will be offered 12 months of mentoring and guidance for long-term Bizspace customer NXO.
This will be in the form of one-to-one seminars and group workshops.
NXO chairman Philip Dyer is looking forward to working with the next generation of business in Preston.
He said: “The right attitude is crucial in realising business goals, and at NXO, we help to maintain a focused and proactive approach in achieving these goals.”
Preston Technology Centre manager Julie McNulty added: “Bizspace and NXO both have an established and thriving position in business and together we can offer a wealth of experience and expertise to newer businesses looking to develop.
“We are excited to fulfil the great potential of MAP Business Academy and even more so that this is in partnership with valued Bizspace customer NXO.”
Bizspace’s sales and marketing director Emma Long added: “As a company, Bizspace likes to work with our customers whenever possible.
“NXO have been based in our centre for 18 years so this was a perfect opportunity.”