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Digital and creative start-up businesses are being offered a special introductory rate to join Eastleigh’s Tec Hub. Since launching the renewed membership scheme, the Digital Arts Programme has signed up a number of exciting businesses ranging from web developers to weatherproof map makers.
Based at Wessex House business centre in the heart of the town, Tec Hub helps digital and creative businesses who are looking to collaborate and take their ideas to the next level. The introductory membership package is being offered at just £90 + VAT for 12 months. Many digital and creative start-ups such as gaming and media companies are benefiting from the ‘smart space to work, meet, think, create and network’.
Some of the benefits of being a Digital Arts Programme member include:
Access to Tec Hub’s collaborative drop-in workspace, with free super-fast WiFi and kitchen facilities.
Free entry to events held at Tec Hub
An online profile on Tec Hub and Creative Eastleigh websites and promotion via the monthly Digital Arts newsletter
Exclusive access to pitch for work on future Creative Eastleigh and Eastleigh Borough Council ventures
Membership to business support group Southern Entrepreneurs
To apply visit www.techub-eastleigh.co.uk and fill in the short application form on the ‘Become a Member' page.
Launched in April 2016, The Sorting Office Associate Package is a scheme that aims to reach out and provide support to a wider creative community outside of The Sorting Office’s walls.
Exclusive behind-the-scenes trips to heritage sites and the opportunity to learn from top historians and academics are just a couple of the perks of training to be a local heritage guide. If you are interested in local history and heritage then this exciting opportunity could be for you. The Culture Unit of Eastleigh Borough Council, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Gods House Tower Museum, is working together to offer a unique opportunity to learn new skills, to help support and promote local heritage, as part of our Road To Agincourt programme. They are looking for volunteers who would like to train as heritage interpreters. Anyone who joins the free programme will get:
- Behind the scenes visits to local heritage sites and attractions
- A lecture programme from top academics and historians
- A chance to be involved in a major festival and to be part of the opening of a new heritageattraction.