BRADENTON, Fla. — Station 2 Innovation in Manatee County wishes to extend our heartfelt thoughts to fellow Floridians in the Panhandle affected by Hurricane Michael; we wish for a speedy and full recovery. Spark Growth offers the use of their Bradenton Station 2 Innovation facility free of charge until the end of October to businesses and entrepreneurs displaced from the panhandle region. “It is our hope to help other Floridians and be of use in their business continuity efforts after Hurricane Michael,” said Stan Schultes. Station 2 Innovation’s co-working location include high speed Internet, print services, a recording studio, conference rooms, meeting spaces, technology-business talks, free bottled water/coffee, and social support to those affected.
Businesses seeking to reestablish in the Bradenton area may inquire about other Bradenton area coworking and shared office space facilities, chambers of commerce, and referrals toward contacts in housing and business relocation assistance. We’re here to help.
Station 2 Innovation is a project of Spark Growth.
Media inquiries May be directed to: Stan Schultes
About Spark Growth: As an innovation consulting firm, Spark Growth projects take shape across cultures, time zones, industry clusters and business sectors, leveraging expertise across the innovation value chain from ideation to exit. Spark Growth works alongside our clients to identify potential and possibilities for growth and to develop authentic solutions specific to each client’s needs.