24 May 2017 | Paul Wheelhouse MSP, Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy opens the new Enterprise Hub in Fife.
Anchorpoint were honoured to have been chosen as the preferred vendor in 2016 for the design and fit-out of the new office space for The Enterprise Hub in Glenrothes, Fife. The Hub is designed to offer a joined-up ‘one stop shop’ approach to providing enhanced enterprise and business services to commercial and social entrepreneurs, as well as business start-ups.It will also engage with and stimulate home business owners, sole traders and micro-businesses to locate, or have access to, ‘hot desk hub space’ that is affordable and flexible, encouraging daily and short-term affordable business use.
Our designers came up with a design that is both stylish and functional. Some of the key features are:
- Information kiosk and waiting area
- Hub space to seat 60 attendees, with a moving wall option to divide into two spaces seating up 22 and 36 attendees, with a lecture podium and mic & PA system
- Stylish curving desk pods for up to six people
- Informal meeting area including sofa style seating
- Co-working area with high bench desks and seating for up to nine people
- Six individual offices seperated by glass partition systems, featuring modern office furniture
- Two seperate meeting rooms with circular tables, chairs and wall mounted screens
- Full kitchen and toilet facilities
- Video and teleconferencing features
- Power sockets with USB inputs throughout
Scottish Government Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy, Paul Wheelhouse, said: “I am very pleased to be in Glenrothes today to formally open Enterprise Hub Fife, which provides local entrepreneurs, start-ups, and growing businesses with a facility that will encourage collaboration, networking and promote business growth.
“These first-class business facilities include modern offices with high-speed broadband, co-working areas, private meeting rooms and a state-of-the-art events space.
“This is one of the projects funded through the Fife Task Force, which came to an end in Autumn last year, and has brought key partners together in the support of economic growth and job creation in Central Fife. I hope the hub can play a very positive role in stimulating new enterprises to be established and helping them, and established businesses, to thrive and grow in Fife.”