Mark Black, Managing Director
The team at Portable Space is celebrating the company being named one of the Future50’s Class of 2016.
This is the first time it has been included in the Future50 business growth programme which recognises Norfolk and Suffolk’s
most innovative companies – the ‘ones to watch’.
Portable Space has been established since 2002 and employs a growing team of 28 staff at its Bacton, Suffolk headquarters,
delivering a wide range of portable accommodation and storage solutions across a number of sectors including education,
construction and renewables.
Future50 has been established not only to identify these businesses,
but help to accelerate their growth ambitions through quality business advice, inspirational networking events, innovative
multi-media business support and access to grant funding as an investment catalyst.
Mark Black, Managing Director said: “We are delighted to have been included in the 2016 Listing for the Future50 in recognition
of our recent growth and innovative approach to delivering solutions for our customers. This is an exciting time for
us all and we are looking forward to harnessing the services and support the programme will bring.”
Future50 is funded by Round 6 of the Government’s Regional Growth Fund and will be delivered across Norfolk and Suffolk by
Nwes and Archant with partners Barclays, Birketts, Lovewell Blake and UEA.