There are some amazing kitchen units for rent, perfect for the new environment we find ourselves in where a large portion of people are working from home. Takeaway and online food delivery sales have rocketed during the lockdown. According to the Business of Apps, UK food delivery app users went from 19.9 million users in 2019 to 24.8 million
The difficulty of running multiple venues is challenging as you are not able to put your personal input into each and every one. Many people are wary about making bookings, but pleasantly surprised how calm, relaxing and light our spaces are. They are clean and airy, and our hub is located on the first floor, so overlooks greenery and gives a
What are the challenges running multiple venues? To be honest, we don’t find that aspect particularly difficult. We are lucky enough to have a great a team who have many years of experience under their belts so having multiple venues is no challenge for us! How has Lockdown been challenging for First Base? Since the first lockdown, a few team members for each
Estimated reading time: 5 minutes Co-Space ReadingThe Rabbit Hole at The Mount The Rabbit Hole at The Mount I am Alex Molokwu and I founded Cowork Hub in 2015. We had two coworking business locations, one in Notting Hill and North Acton. I sold most of the business in 2019. I spent a year researching locations, competition, transport links and
With Summer around the corner, we are getting interest from clients looking for Coworking Workspaces With Rooftops. Here is our selection of some of the best the UK has to offer. If you have other suggestions then please comment below. BE Offices Milton Keynes BE Offices Milton KeynesBE Offices Milton Keynes A previous winner of ‘Business Centre of the Year’, clients enjoy the excellent
Brexit creates opportunities for workspace providers. More than 1,400 EU-based firms have applied for permission to operate in the UK after Brexit, with over 1,000 of these planning to establish their first UK office. The new offices and staff will help mitigate the loss of business going the other way as the current unfettered two-way direct access between Britain and the
By Alex Molokwu Lockdown restrictions has caused many to review their working structures. Zoom and Teams online meetings and networking has become the norm. It has enabled people to feel that they can work from anywhere. Friends of mine have move back to their home countries from London, not only to save money but also to be near friends and family.