An informal meet up for all the existing clients at Canterbury Innovation Centre was held and, fortunately well attended even with the everlasting snow and icy conditions. There was a good turnout aided by the promise of free coffee, tea and muffins, courtesy of the Basepoint staff. It was the first chance for the clients to meet one another and find out more about what their neighbours do. Further meet ups are in the pipeline to encourage more internal networking and friendly banter!
Showing news for January 2010.
Native Marine Life can certainly tell a fishy story with their new business set up at Basepoint Weymouth. The business supplies British native sea fish to aquariums and marine parks throughout the UK. MD Shaun Farnworth said “ My main customers are Sea Life Centres, who set up displays and require native British fish like, cod, plaice and shellfish. The fish have to be in perfect condition and are caught locally off the coast of Weymouth.” The business hopes to expand and sees the Basepoint Centre and its workshops as ideal for this operation, you could say “Basepoint is the plaice to be!”
Equation Accountancy celebrates the big time with Small Business of the Year Award at the Open 4 Business 2009 Awards. Basepoint Tenant Stephanie Pettitt persistance and determination has paid off after being nominated in 2008 and running a close second for the new business award.
More than 30 local businesses from the West Midlands turned out for a new networking group, launched by the Federation of Small Businesses and supported and held at the Basepoint Business Centre in Evesham.
The Wessex Autistic Society is delighted to announce Basepoint Business Centre, Bournemouth continues to support the charity for the 2nd year running. For 2010 Basepoint Bournemouth has pledged a very generous offer to matchfund a further £10,000.