A group of Greater Manchester business men and women have given their thoughts and opinions on the upcoming election.
Following a panel debate on how scaling a business up can present challenges, which took place at Accelerate Places launch event, entrepreneurs and business people shared their views on the 2017 General Election and gave insight on how the different manifestos from Party leaders would influence the way in which they decide to place their vote this coming Thursday.
Patricia Keating, Lead TechManchester Project at UK Fast said: “Battle lines have been drawn on issues like Brexit but for start-ups what’s most important is issues such as investment, support and funding so today’s result will be interesting.”
To celebrate National Freelancers Day, also on Thursday 8th July, Accelerate Places, based at 101 Princess Street, Manchester, is offering a free tea/coffee to freelancers on presentation of their voters card.
"Battle lines have been drawn on issues like Brexit but for start-ups whats most important is issues such as investment, support and funding so today's result will be interesting."
Patricia Keating TechManchester Project at UK Fast
The video was produced by Juke Media as part of the launch event proceedings.
Accelerate Places, a collaborative co-working space for start-ups, SMEs and scale-up businesses, provides 180 desk spaces over two floors, with a members only private café, communal area, tech-enabled meeting rooms and breakout areas. It also offers business mentoring support for SMEs to learn and grow, with experts from Blenheim Chalcot available to offer advice on accounting, tax, legal, finance, HR and will host networking and learning events to bring the co-working community together.
Due Course, myClever Agency, Nuuk Digital, Tech North, Meltwater and UpRising have already signed occupancy deals in the space.
For further information on Accelerate Places please contact Lisa Murgatroyd - Lisa.Murgatroyd@accelerateplaces.com or visit the website https://www.accelerateplaces.com/en
Accelerate Places also has sites in London and Nottingham with Manchester being the third site for Blenheim Chalcot.
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