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New advisory programme launched for Future Space residents

June 29th 2020

advisory_space: expert advice to help grow your business

Future Space has launched a new programme for residents.

‘advisory_space’ will initially run to the end of July, and includes free virtual advisory sessions, delivered by experts from a range of subject areas.

Future Space teamed up with Bristol communications agency Purplefish, to deliver the pilot, covering PR & Marketing advice. Usually based at Paintworks, Bristol’s creative quarter, Purplefish offers full-service communications services including public relations, social media and marketing support, video and content, events and experiential and strategic issues consultancy.

Commenting on the programme, managing director Joanna Randall said: “It’s essential not to switch off communications efforts in a period of great uncertainty, and now is the time to be putting plans in place as businesses start reintroducing staff back to the workforce and hopefully entering a new phase of opportunity.”

Newly recruited Innovation Manager for Future Space, Aimee Skinner says: “We’re always looking at for new ways we can add value and support our resident companies as that’s the true benefit of being part of a likeminded and dynamic community.

We hope these will be the first of many sessions offered to our residents, as part of our new programme ‘advisory_space’

“We’re delighted to be piloting this scheme with our resident communications agency partner Purplefish – collaboration and support between businesses has never been more important than now.”

Who else is involved?

Since the launch on the 22 June, sessions have been confirmed with a further 8 specialists. These cover a diverse set of topics, designed to help companies at all stages of their journey:

If you are interested in finding out more, or becoming part of the programme, then get in touch.

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