So we’ve established that Fazeley Studios has great office space and stunning facilities, but places like Silicon Valley and Tech City didn’t derive their phenomenal blow out success just from great buildings alone.
The rise of these places came from the buzz and the escalation of ideas that came about from having a core of creative, inspirational, excited, motivated people all concentrated in one place, where they could forge new collaborations, share ideas, access talent and collectively attract the attention of investors, funders and the public.
We let space exclusively to creative and digital companies and constantly find new ways to add value by investing in the communal spaces and facilities, hosting networking events, putting on social evenings, throwing parties and bringing media, ministers and people who can support the creative and digital industries.
This is about creating the opportunity for the people based here to develop relationships that will deliver real tangible benefits for the companies based on the estate. It’s also about having fun, making sure that your staff love coming to work and your clients love visiting you.
You’ll have a friendly team on site, including a receptionist to welcome your guests and dedicated people to offer support on maintenance, marketing, accounts and booking event spaces.
You’ll also be next door to Maverick TV (How to Look Good Naked/Embarrassing Bodies) to Film Nation UK, Rice Media, Madison Soho, Time Etc and One Black Bear and later this year the BBC will be launching its new digital innovation unit, the Guerilla Group, here!
In the surrounding area there’s no end of social and cultural activities, including independent shops, fairs, films and festivals at the Custard Factory; live music and cocktails at newly opened Alfie Bird’s; weekly street food at Digbeth Dining Club (winner of the British Street Food Awards) and renowned art gallery Eastside Projects.
“Make no mistake about it, if you’re interested in new skills and digital innovation, this is the place to be.”
Tony Hall, Director General, BBC