Wayne County and the Wayne Economic Development Corporation launched The Stourbridge Project in 2016, gradually creating three different tiers of support for developing businesses, with the help of financial assistance from the PA Department of Community and Economic Development, the Appalachian Regional Commission and the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Office of Rural Development.
The Stourbridge Project features a co-working space, incubator spaces that can grow with your company until your business is ready to build or rent its own space. There is a media studio and specialized software and equipment, 3D printers, prototyping along with providing start-up assistance, mentoring and business development seminars and programming.
The high-speed, broadband Internet service offers one gbps for downloads and one gbps for uploads as well.
Access to the co-working space on the ground floor is free during regular business hours from 8:30 am to 6 pm, after hours access is available for $25 a month or $240/year. Visit the website for more information.