Whether you're interested in a particular area of support, or just wish to sanity check an approach or idea with an experienced ear, our on-site innovation support team are here to help. There is no fixed business support programme at Future Space, we understand every business is different. If we can’t help, we will find someone that can – either within UWE Bristol or our wider innovation eco system.
Speak to our Innovation Director, Nuala
Need to talk to someone about your business? Nuala, our in-house Innovation Director, is on hand to give you advice and support. Nuala specialises in providing practical, informative business support for the future tech community, and connecting customers with like-minded individuals through our commercial networks.
Best of all, our support services are available to Future Space members for free! Find out how we can help today.
Access University connections & resources
Future Space is part of the West of England University Enterprise Zone, lead by UWE Bristol, providing facilities and services to companies specialising in robotics, biosciences, medical technologies and other high-tech sectors. As a result of this partnership with UWE, we can provide access to cutting edge research, expertise and facilities. Allowing you to push boundaries alongside cutting edge innovators and scientists in a collaborative space.
Unlock sector expertise
Take advantage of support and advice from world-class research experts at UWE Bristol across the following sectors.
Export and sourcing
Speak to our Business Support Team
Need to talk to someone about your business direction and Growth? Laura, our in-house Innovation Director and Ollie Collard, our in-house Innovation Manager are both on hand to give you advice and support.
They both specialise in providing practical business support for our tech and life science community, and connecting customers with like-minded individuals through our commercial networks. Our team can also provide training to our companies who have road blocks in their development and oversees all of the business needs of our community.
Best of all, our support services are available to Future Space members for free!
Our support system is developed based upon real life issues which our community face when growing their business. Workshops and group events are scheduled based on the outcomes of support provided by our internal support team.
Access University connections & resources
Future Space is part of the West of England University Enterprise Zone, lead by UWE Bristol. This means that Future Space companies can benefit from short and long term support of students, academics, equipment and research projects. Through our Innovation Director you can make strong connections into the University and provide opportunities to their students through research and internship opportunities and access to cutting edge research, expertise and facilities. Future Space is one of very few Innovation Centres with this support on our door step and this benefit has seen companies in the centre grow their company more quickly.
Additional support available
It isn’t just the On Site support that benefits Future Space companies, but the experts that are brought to you. Through the Innovation/Business Support team there are drop in clinics for legal advice, Research and Development Tax Credits, general accounting, investment, Intellectual property and marketing. Part of the wider business support offering is to listen to the customer needs and seek out the support from the Future Space eco system.
Find out more about the companies currently innovating within Future Space and benefitting from its in-house and UWE linked business support.
West of England Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) at Future Space
We caught up with project manager Rosie Brown and project support officer Chris Padgett, to find out more about their work and how being at Future Space is integral to the organisation.
Q&A: Luke Loveridge, CEO at Homelync
“We’re working to address many of the problems faced by social landlords, including making homes more energy efficient, keeping rent affordable and supporting people living in their homes for longer”
Q&A: Charlotte Bermingham, CTO at Vitamica
“We are working to address the global challenge of antimicrobial resistance…aiming to transform the way clinicians make decisions on antibiotic prescription.”
Join our growing community of innovators today.