King’s Lynn Innovation Centre has already had a positive impact on business since it opened last month for a Lynn-based firm.
Peter Lawrence, from Human Capital Department, was one of the guest speakers at KLIC’s Inkub8 event last week.
He explained how Inkub8, or virtual office, helped by having a telephone answering service, the centre was used as the office address, meeting and training rooms can be used as needed and help and advice had been offered by an Nwes business advisor.
“The Inkub8 also provides a route to expansion – in time we hope to recruit an apprentice who we can train and develop, so that we can grow our business. At that point we want to take an office at KLIC,” said Mr Lawrence.