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SiGNAL is a local business hub that helps businesses thrive by connecting them to each other and the town and provides workspace, business services and support for local enterprise. The hub nurtures a culture of collaboration, social impact, fun and innovation, producing an ecosystem of resilience that supports the economic growth of the town. SiGNAL is all about putting local business at the forefront of the regeneration of Whitehill & Bordon; making it a great place to live and work.
Come and see for yourself!
Contact the SiGNAL team to arrange a tour.
We can help you grow your business at The Shed. Promising produce?
Do you make and create? Are you made for the stage? Share your wares (and your flair) by taking up space with us.
Units are filling up, and we already have a great line-up of local businesses on our books, but there’s space for even more.
We are still looking for other special tenants to add into the mix. If you can’t commit long term, we’re also on the lookout for pop-ups to join us at our regular farmers, produce and craft markets.
Could your business be Shed-shaped? Then please get in touch and contact our venue manager with details on your business.
Welcome to SiGNAL BiZHUB, our monthly Business Club event! If your goal is to build relationships with local authorities, developers, landlords and local businesses, to ensure that your town is developed in a way that works for you, you are in the right place!
You’ll enjoy relaxed networking activities, keynote speeches (short, entertaining and relevant!) and business insights direct from town centre stakeholders.
Our events include games and entertainment to encourage conversation and connection, and you’ll gain access to support, training, introductions and signposting from the lovely SiGNAL team.
A carefully considered ‘business masterplan’ – This Is Your Town website – has been created to help attract market leading businesses, innovative start-ups and key creative industries.
Through the creation of different creative ‘districts’, we are developing the environments for a range of skilled, semi-skilled, service related, technological and creative jobs, building on the town’s heritage of engineering, whilst embracing the high-tech connectivity infrastructure being delivered that will appeal to the growing digital and technology industries and promote social enterprise and entrepreneurship.
The Bordon Enterprise Park has a wide range of existing spaces being used by large businesses for studios and workshops, with units ranging in size from 25,000 to 50,000 sq ft. By the end of 2019, we will also be delivering a selection of distribution and logistics centres that can range from 120,000 to 150,000 sq ft and built to specific pre-let specifications.
If you are interested in new space contact Jacqueline Cox on 01420 489 060.
“Lou & Emma have an amazing format, introducing key business with presentations which I found really enlighten-ing. I loved it so much my accountancy company signed up that lunch time. We can’t wait to be a part of this amazing community!” Janet Ireland, Turner & Co
Digital and technology businesses are incentivised to invest in the town. Through the support of the Enterprise M3 LEP, businesses who invest in new space at Louisburg will receive rate liability holidays as well as affordable space.
For more details contact James Child on 01420 489 060
The Whitehill & Bordon Future Skills Centre is open and working closely with Basingstoke College of Technology, that is managing the building to provide and support construction based training.
We are also be working directly with local employment/training agencies, including but not limited to: Jobcentre Plus and the Skills Funding Agency; Voluntary and private sector providers; and Sixth form colleges, colleges of further education, and universities.
On top of this, we are constantly developing our own employment and skills plans for the regeneration project, based on National Guidelines and best practice for skills training and apprenticeships.
We are working with the Guildford and Farnham Business Hubs to provide space and business support to build a business community of new and small businesses. Our Bordon Business Club is growing and we have a number of small business hub spaces throughout the town.
The regeneration project has some exciting goals ahead! Not only will it create workspaces and bring employment to the town but it’s also set to generate 3,000 new jobs during its project lifespan.
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