York, 21st June 2016- Energi Trampoline Park is scaling new heights with its launch in York, thanks in part to the aid of flexible working. The trampoline park, the first of its kind in York and North Yorkshire, opened its doors to the public on April 30.
From the 7 March to 30 April, York Energi took advantage of nearby Evans Easyspace office facilities while the 21,000 sq foot venue at Rose Avenue, York Business Park was under construction. The leisure and recreation attraction now boasts almost 100 separate trampolines. The location also features Parkour walls, reflex games, giant air bags to practice flips and tricks, an Olympic-grade trampoline and a timed assault course. Meanwhile the 6.8 metre eave height provides plenty of jumping space for customers.
Guy Kilner a director of Energi Tampoline York comments: “As a new attraction to the local area, we have been delighted with the reception from the general public. We are getting lots of enquiries from businesses of all sizes from across Yorkshire to host their corporate events, away days and meetings with us. Our corporate packages are really shaking up the traditional strategy day and perfectly blending morale building with productivity.
“The construction of Energi Trampoline York was a real 0-60 journey, but the support of Evans really eased this process. We required an administrative hub to successfully manage the logistical challenges that came with this ambitious construction. For us, the fact that there was an Evans flexible workspace directly opposite the construction site was a win-win situation. The beauty of using this flexible work space was that we could configure it around our specific business needs.”
Richard Morris, UK CEO, Evans Easyspace adds: “As Energi Trampoline York has found, bringing an ambitious plan to fruition is easier with the right premises. At Evans Easyspace our aim is to help companies make the transition from ‘good idea’ to established start-up with affordable and flexible space.”