A BUSINESS which aims to unlock the potential of young people through entrepreneur training, has moved into vacant office space in Marsh Lane, Southampton.

They are among the first worthy causes to move in to Dukes Keep which is being made available to charities and social enterprises by Centric Projects.

A number of floors in this landmark office space have been vacant since P&O moved out eight years ago, but are now being made available free to groups including charities, community interest companies, sports clubs, community groups etc. There is still some office space available.

Nina Kelly, founder and director of Entrepreneurs for Good says, “Having a base from which to work, meet people, run our training programmes and network with other like-minded people will transform our ability to grow and move forward.”

Entrepreneurs for Good have recently completed a training programme with Itchen Sixth form college.