Learning Spaces Brings Innovation Back to Classrooms

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Audrey White
2nd March 2016

The consultants at Learning Spaces provide innovative education design solutions to private and state schools in the UK focusing particularly on IT learning centres and libraries to help advance literacy and educational achievement. Director of Design Services Sam Stevens is enthusiastic about exciting opportunities in marrying of education and design, and with the help of rebuildingsociety he hopes to bring that vision to more schools in 2016.

A moment of inspiration

Stevens has always been passionate about art and design, but after university he went into tech sales. When he was installing a new suite of PCs in a school’s drab classroom space, he was struck by an idea. He offered to design and commission desks and other design elements that would enhance the educational effectiveness of the space. A passion for education design was born, and after trying some ideas for another firm, he started his own project.

“We strive really to bring the very best out of teaching and learning across the UK. There are certain aspects of teaching that are failing because kids are bored. We bring ‘the wow factor’ to the projects we do.”

Whether it’s installing new desks and chairs or designing an entire wing of a school, Learning Spaces does it all. They do workshops with kids, teachers and administrators to generate ideas for the spaces they create.

“But we always include some wild and wonderful things the schools hadn’t considered themselves.”

Financing growth

With a successful application for £50,000 from the rebuildingsociety community, Learning Spaces will pursue a few different goals, including refinancing existing debt, attending a trade show that consistently brings in new clients, and purchase much needed equipment. A broker at Fasttrack Finance brought Learning Spaces to rebuildingsociety, and it is Stevens’s first experience with peer-to-peer lending.

Stevens hopes to inspire confidence in potential rebuildingsociety lenders when they learn about the longterm success of his business and his ongoing strategy for growth.

Learning Spaces “has a solid business model with a Public client base which ensures no issues with bad debts. The company will generate in excess of £550,000 in revenue with £100,000 in net profit in the forthcoming year alone and is therefore a safe and secure business.”

Learn more about this business in its application and discussion board.

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