National business space provider BizSpace’s Newton Heath centre has been named this year’s workspace of the year at the Business Centre Association Awards 2017. One of the most prestigious awards evenings for the work space industry, the award was presented to Kevin Cavanaugh, Business Centre Manager for Newton Heath, by Jennifer Brooke – Executive Director, BCA.
The BCA specialises in providing support and guidance to providers of flexible serviced office space, co-working and mailbox facilities across the UK, mainland Europe, the USA and further afield. Each year it hosts the BCA Annual Awards Gala Dinner, where awards are presented to individuals, operators and partners.
Kevin Cavanaugh commented: “To win the ‘2017 Workspace of the Year’ award is a great honour and privilege for our centre and means so much to me.
“The fact that our customers took the time and effort to return their nominations to the BCA is a credit and reflection of our hard work and makes us feel very much appreciated. David and I try hard to make our customers feel at home and create a working environment that they are proud to bring their customers to.
BizSpace has invested a lot into our centre over the last year to improve the feel of the building without losing the old Wilsons House characteristics, and to win this award is just the icing on the cake. I could not be prouder and wish to thank all our customers and our management teams for their support.”
BizSpace CEO, Gareth Evans also commented: “I am immensely proud of all the hard work that Kevin and his team have put into Newton Heath, which has created a fantastic environment for our customer community. This is the second year running that we have won this award, which is testament to the strength of the communities created within our workspaces.”
Newton Heath has recently been fully renovated to suit the new brand styling. Bold and punchy, the brand is warm, witty and to-the-point, featuring bold colours and simple styling. The new branding is embodied throughout all elements of the building, from its signage and advertising to its interior décor and customer offering.