Jactin House Shortlisted for 'Best Tech' Award
20 July 2022
Jactin House has been shortlisted for The Tally's 2022 'Best Tech' Award. The public have recognised the high tech facilities our coworking spaces offer. To be the only venue in Manchester shortlisted for this workspace award shows why we are the leading workspace provider in the city.
Colony Jactin House shortlisted for The Tallys 2022 Best Tech award
We are delighted to have been shortlisted for the Tally's 'Best Tech' award this year! We are always exploring ways we can enhance our already outstanding facilities and amenities in our coworking venues. To have this recognised by the public is fantastic! Whether you have a private office or desk membership with us, you get to enjoy all the benefits of working in a high tech coworking space.
Check out what Tally Market had to say about our wonderful Jactin House venue below.
Colony Jactin House shortlisted for The Tallys 2022
The Tallys award those who create spaces that people love to work from, wanting to shine a light on those, transforming the industry.
There was stiff competition in response to The Tallys first-ever call for entries, with hundreds of entries. This came as no surprise, as there are so many innovative, visionary and successful workspaces. From independent coworking spaces, to worldwide operators - the entrants varied hugely.
The public has named Colony Jactin House as one of the best venues in the UK (and beyond) in the Best Tech category.
Venues for all six categories were nominated by the public. The winner for The Venue of The Year will be decided by the public, while the winners in other categories are in the hands of the esteemed panel of judges: David Savage, Bernie Mitchell, Anouk Agussol, Graham Hussey, Zoe Ellis-Moore and Perdie Alder.
Get to know the Judges for The Tallys 2022
David Savage, Group Technology Evangelist at Nash Squared
David is a host and moderates numerous podcasts, video debates, and conferences and chairs key-note stages. David is very passionate about technology, especially focusing on the challenges it presents. Formally Computing's Digital Ambassador of the Year (2018).
Bernie Mitchell, C0-Founder of the London Coworking Assembly
Bernie has been active in the coworking industry since 2010; he advocates freelancing, remote work and 15-minute city movements. He is co-founder of the London Coworking Assembly and is part of the team that produces the Coworking Values Podcast which is now published in Spanish.
Anouk Agussol, CEO & Founder at Unleashed
Anouk is the founder of Unleashed, whose mission is to gear up businesses for speedy, sustainable + successful scaling, creating fulfilling work lives to boot. She is also a Co-Founder of &FORALL, which helps make work inclusive, by helping businesses around the world to level up when it comes to inclusion and diversity.
Graham Hussey, CEO & Founder at Dream Factory
Graham is the founder of Dream Factory, the content creation house for founders based in Shoreditch. He has spent the last decade in startups and his previous venture Startup Van produced the most viewed business content in Europe
Zoe Ellis-Moore, CEO & Founder at Spaces to Places
Zoe has built a 20-year career out of being passionate about commercial spaces and how people engage with them. In her role at Spaces to Places, she works with investors, landlords, franchisees, and operators in the flexible office space.
Perdie Alder, Co-Founder at Spice Startups & Hotbed
Perdie Alder has supported thousands of startups over the past six years through programmes she's designed and delivered through Spice Startups, and beforehand at TechHub. She's designed programmes and supported startups all around the world.
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