The Engine House, a new vibrant co-working space for companies and entrepreneurs working primarily in the arts, media and tech sectors establishing business on the Isle of Man. Last month we spoke to Jane Hall down at The Engine House in Castletown to find out more about the new co-working space. We recorded a short film with Jane where she explains more about it all.
The Engine House provides a different working environment from most regular office spaces. Its casual look with desks made from upcycled materials offer a great alternative to traditional office furniture. Break out spaces, Noa coffee and the steam train running past the windows with a glorious view of the countryside are not what most people think about when they head to the office - but this is a space for creatives and the Engine House team has tailored the space to make it a place you will look forward to working in.
The aim is to build a community, not just offer a co-working space. Through introductions, collaboration and support from our team we will provide a ‘soft landing’ for anyone looking to re-locate their business to the Island. We are working with all kinds of service providers such as CSP’s, legal firms and of course the Department for Enterprise to ensure that our clients get the advice they need, when they need it. It's a two minute drive to the airport, and within easy walking distance of the town.
Call or message The Engine House today to arrange to have a look around.
The Engine House welcomes you to drop by any time to chat to them and see the space. If you’d like to catch Jane Hall on your visit then be sure to pop down on a Wednesday. The Isle of Man Arts Council office team will be at The Engine House on Wednesday 29th August for an informal open day whereby you can come and talk to us about anything whether it be funding, events or how to get an idea for an arts project off the ground.