Highbridge business centre appoints new co-ordinator
£1.16m flagship business centre aimed at driving enterprise
and business growth in the Burnham-On-Sea area has appointed its
Highbridge Enterprise Centre is the fifth business centre to have
been built by Somerset County Council to promote high-growth enterprises
and driving business investment.
Highbridge Centre, on the Isleport Industrial Park, has welcomed
Jakki McPhail to the team, fresh from her previous role as a Business
Development Adviser at Richard Huish College.
new business centre opened in March and since then it has
continued to attract new business tenants and interest, up from
a strong start of 60% occupancy on its opening day.
is well underway to provide business advice and workshops at the
Centre for tenants and other local businesses, as well as regular
business breakfasts to promote networking amongst local enterprises.
Sheen of South West Business Centres, which manages the premises
on the Councils behalf, said: "We are delighted to
welcome Jakki to the team. We have much planned for the future
at Highbridge Enterprise Centre, and Jakki will be instrumental
in helping us to make those plans a reality."
you are looking to start or grow a business, South West Business
Centres is able to provide help and advice on a range of areas,
including in the form of regular business briefings through our
monthly breakfast and networking events across Somerset."
more about the office and WorkHub facilities available at the
Highbridge Enterprise Centre, click
Jakki McPhail at the Highbridge Enterprise Centre with Adrian