The Stourbridge Project is a public coworking space and full service business incubator offering new and existing companies access to business resources.
Workforce Alliance coordinates programs at the Stourbridge Project throughout the year that include a variety of business specific seminars lead by local and regional experts. Hands-on technical classes include workshops on 3D printing and prototyping design, photography and Photoshop, electronics, the Glowforge Laser-cutter and the ShopBot Carving machine.
We partner with Keystone College’s 3D Printing Center for programs in advanced computer design and 3D printing.
We also partner with Northampton Community College’s Follett Family Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the Entrepreneurship Learning Institute providing programs that support entrepreneurship as a vital part of the region’s development.
The Stourbridge Project coworking space offers the public high speed internet, 3D Printing, SolidWorks, Adobe Creative Suite, ProTools, Microsoft Office, Quickbooks, GIS mapping software and more! Three PCs and a Mac are available for use on a first come, first serve basis. Free access from 8:30 am-6:00 pm M-F. Affordable memberships are available for 24/7/365 access. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Video & Photography Studio offers a 600 square foot space with a 3/4 surround green screen, hand painted backdrops, lighting equipment, cameras and other amenities. The studio can be rented hourly or half/full days. Contact Troy Bystrom at email@example.com for details.
The lab is available for use to reduce the cost of prototyping for businesses, designers and makers. The lab features the Stratasys F170 3D Printer, a solvent tank for dissolving support material, a Glowforge Pro Laser Cutter, a Shopbot 18 x 24 desktop CNC carving machine and other hand tools.
Office space is available for new or existing companies looking for business support services as they develop.
The project offers both start-up and acceleration support.
For more information about the Stourbridge Project, contact Susan Shaffer, Director of the Stourbridge Project at firstname.lastname@example.org.