John Flatley firm offers free rent to high-tech startup company
The winner will get up to 5,000 square feet of free space in Gateway Hills, the business-residential-commercial park that John Flatley Company is building out of the former Digital campus in south Nashua.
And the winner will be able to recharge his or her entrepreneurial juices by working alongside some 30 tech companies, including Dell, Aspen Technology and Skillsoft.
The contest calls for applications to be submitted by Oct. 31. The applications must include portions of the company’s business plan, projected financial resources and growth potential for the next three to five years.
McLaughlin said Gateway Hills has about 30 tenants in its Nashua Technology Park and six in an associated Nashua Office Park.
The development also includes 450 luxury apartments and a 35,000-square-foot retail center at the development’s entrance off Spit Brook Road.
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