Co-working space Hybrid 935 hosts year-end event for 40 businesses

 Kristen Reddin (Business Foundations). Photo: Martin Kennealey
Kristen Reddin (Business Foundations). Photo: Martin Kennealey

WANNEROO’S Hybrid 935 hosted an event for about 40 start-up businesses to end 2017.

The co-working space, run by Wanneroo Business Association in partnership with the City of Wanneroo, is home to Business Foundations who run the New Incentive Enterprise Scheme (NEIS) program.

Program manager Kristin Reddin has been based in Hybrid 935 since April, welcoming more than 100 start-up businesses through the program, which is free to unemployed people.

She said the December 13 networking event showcased different businesses and their journey so far, as well as highlighting success stories from people that have completed the course and were being mentored as they built up their business.

WBA business liaison officer Lauren Bell said the program was valuable to start-up businesses.