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[past event] InCube Shop opening today!

[past event] InCube Shop opening today!
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InCube is opening a brand new retail concept shop at Paisley Gilmour Street – it’s set to be an exciting addition for the town centre.

A fresh, bright and open space will display a diverse range of products from some of Paisley’s up and coming entrepreneurs, who’s business flair won them a place at Invest In Renfrewshire’s business incubator programme, InCube. They are all excited to be contributing to the regeneration of the town centre and are delighted that their products will be available to the public in the town centre location.

The new shop will initially showcase seven of the InCube businesses products, delivering a ‘one stop shop’ for a range of unique products. Customers can expect to see a dazzling selection of products from DOM Art, Bella Brilla, Amy McGregor, Treetops Boutique, Pea Cooper Millinery, Vonnie Designs, and Hoolahan Guitar Slides – there is something for everyone! These products will be available to purchase in store, alongside via the businesses’ online outlets.

Despite the spooky vibes lurking in Paisley town centre this weekend with the Paisley Halloween Festival, revellers can take a break from ghosts and ghouls and be inspired by all that these hardworking entrepreneurs have to offer. Customers will have the chance to purchase bespoke, handmade pieces at the InCube shop, launching today (Friday 30th October 2015)!

Be sure to make it down on our launch weekend for the chance to get your hands on the unique range of products of our businesses, don’t miss out!

InCube is Invest in Renfrewshire’s new business programme to launch and grow creative businesses. As many as 20 young businesses will win an InCube place every year. They’ll get a package of support that’s worth more than £11,000 and includes funding and support from Renfrewshire's leading business people.


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