The Melting Pot
- 5 Rose Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2PR
- 0131 243 2626
- Location: New Town
- Parking: No
- Sector/Specialism: Creative, Arts, Environmental
- Colour Printing
- Equipped Kitchen
- Personal Landline
- Private Meeting Room
- Private Secure Storage
- Shower Facilities
The Melting Pot
Stimulating Social Innovation and Business Collaboration
Set in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town, just minutes from Waverley station, The Melting Pot is a pioneer of co-working in Scotland. They provide a thriving and stimulating eco-work space and other services to a wide variety of individuals and organisations at all stages of the business life-cycle.
The Melting Pot’s mission is to stimulate and support social innovation – i.e to make the world a better place. As such they provide a range of dynamic resources including spaces to work, meet, and hold events; a series of regular learning and networking events, and an incubation programme for non-profits in their start up stage. They provide this to SMEs, start-ups and individuals in a way that allows these businesses to establish, grow and connect with others without the thrusting of business cards. It’s a professional, friendly and diverse community.
This unique social enterprise venue offers a variety of flexible office space options – from half-day passes through to time-based Membership packages (flexible, temporary or permanent options). Their venue also includes excellent meeting and event spaces with services such as catering, interview hosting, video and teleconferencing options.
The Melting Pot also provides an online community service for members, including; a public profile, online discussions, upcoming event access and latest opportunities.
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In the end, we are all here to help Scotland to grow. To create jobs and to create a more vibrant sustainable economy.
The Interspace project is providing a platform for collaboration across those 15 incubators that we have in the city.
, The City of Edinburgh Council
It's a real resource for us here in Edinburgh... I think the potential is really quite significant.
You just need to be singing your song and making a noise in this part of the world so that you attract people to work here.
Founder of Techcube