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New and Small Businesses: The re:centre offers support to new and developing businesses, shared space and meeting facilities as well as access to regular events and seminars

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Large and Expanding Businesses: The re:centre is able to provide leading edge research, business mentoring and expert help to enable business growth

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Success Stories: University of Bradford students win The Duke of York Young Entrepreneur Award with their reusable notebook

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Circular Economy: The re:centre is the Northern office of The Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the centre for The Circular Economy

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Our purpose? re:inventing relationships between the University, business and the world/community

The re:centre is a coming together, a confluence, of entrepreneurs, academics, environmentalists, local businesses, national businesses, students, stakeholders. Its function is to be a hub, where knowledge and experience – both practical and theoretical – are shared between all users of the centre and their associates.

The re:centre can be used by micro businesses as a flexible, collaborative office space; it is available for hire for meetings, conferences and seminars by local and national businesses; it functions as a conduit between university staff, students, and business clients, partners and stakeholders.

The building itself contains a wealth of fascinating operational features in its approach to energy, ergonomics, heating and airflow.

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Re:centre building  Quote 7.  Flowers.

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Re:centre external building shot.  Quote 11.  Table and chairs.

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The re:centre is supported financially by the European Union.  The project has attracted £2.7million of investment from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as part of Europe’s support for local economic development through the Yorkshire and Humber ERDF Programme (2007-13).  The Centre has also received funding from the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) and University of Bradford.