Attic Self Storage launches eCommerce Accelerator Program

Attic Self Storage has announced the launch of its eCommerce Accelerator Program, to celebrate the official opening this week of its brand new facility in Harrow, London. Attic also has several other sites across London, so will be championing budding entrepreneurs in the capital by offering them free units, workspaces and funding to help them scale their enterprises. 

The eCommerce Accelerator Program will offer five businesses grants as well as free storage, up to 100 sq ft, for a year in Attic’s Harrow, Marylebone, Bow and King’s Cross facilities.

Storing in one of Attic’s self-storage units allow businesses to store files and stock as well as arrange deliveries at any time - perfect for eCommerce businesses. Those chosen will also get access to complimentary WiFi, use of a printer, coffee and networking opportunities. 

Frederic de Ryckman de Betz, Founder and CEO of Attic Self Storage, commented: “Attic is very excited to launch its eCommerce Accelerator Program. We have seen pandemic-evolved businesses seeking space, along with kitchen table talents who have been crafting at home and who are now looking for units. From drinks to fashion businesses, Attic facilities are becoming a creative hub for startups and entrepreneurial businesses. We look forward to facilitating this and developing further with our new Harrow site and other London facilities.”

Attic’s new Harrow facility is the first in the UK to include 24/7 access combined with work pod facilities. This follows a change in the way people are working, with an increase in businesses opting for self-storage units as a convenient option, over offices following the pandemic.

To apply for the eCommerce Accelerator Program, click here. The deadline for entries is 31st May 2021.

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Attic Self Storage

London's premier independent self storage operator. Presenting facilities and on-going business innovation across the platform, from customer experience to operations.

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    London, UK
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    Frederic de Ryckman de Betz
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