We’re over the moon to be shortlisted for Workspace of the Year at the Hustle Awards, by Startups magazine! We’ve always said we’re much more than a desk, as everything we do is to support start-ups creating positive impact for people, place & planet.
A team of organisations in Cambridgeshire have joined forces to provide six new homes for people who are homeless. Places for People Living Plus, working
Here at Allia, we talk a lot about our mission to create a positive impact for people, place and planet… But what do our team do in their personal lives everyday to play their small part in helping save the planet. After all, it’s all the small things go towards making a big difference.
Ask any founder and they will list the things that make starting a business tough – working long hours yet feeling as though you lack the time to get everything done. Not knowing where to turn for help or advice plus being so busy managing the day-to-day jobs that the strategy gets left behind. We understand. That is why we launched our Amplify programme, which we like to call our ‘founders’ club’.
When we built our first Future Business Centre in Cambridge back in 2013, we knew there were certain organisations that needed to be part of our impact community from the start. And one of them was Cambridge Cleantech. Celebrating its 10th anniversary last year, the UK’s largest cleantech member organisation is growing and expanding its reach well beyond Cambridge – in fact, it has welcomed international members over the years from countries such as Israel, India, North and South America and Japan. Meet the team, as part of our Climate in Focus campaign.