Intuit 2020 Report starts with: “Imagine a world where companies motivate and manage employees who never set foot in their corporate office.” An increasing mobile workforce, empowered by technology, has allowed a new generation of freelancers, entrepreneurs, and creatives the freedom to work from almost anywhere in the world.
But with this newly harnessed freedom which co-working space do you choose?
The Trampery – London, UK
Spanning over four sites in London, Old Street, Tower Bridge, East India Dock and Hackney Wick, The Trampery offers some of the most unique and inspiring working environments in the UK. Their diverse architecture includes a modern glass structure overlooking the River Thames, an Edwardian brick warehouse, a 1960s-office block and a transformed 1990s office complex.
From designers, artists and emerging entrepreneurs to London’s elite travel and retail startups, The Trampery seeks to turbocharge the careers of their members.
Additionally, they have just been given the green light on an exciting live-work space for London entrepreneurs called Fish Island Village.
Location(s): Old Street, London; Tower Bridge London; East India Dock, London; Hackney Wick, London.
Industry specialties: Caters to all ages, industries, and startups.
Prices: For enquiries and prices see here.
The Office Group – London, UK
The Office Group (TOG) is now the London’s largest privately-owned occupier of office space, with 31 buildings in the city. Offering co-working and office space from 2 to 400 people, TOG prides itself on its flexible approach and building a creative buzz at the heart of all its spaces.
“Co-working spaces are brilliant for smaller companies of up to 4 people who want a permanent workspace. Cost effective, flexible and full of a vibrant energy that comes from hundreds of like-minded people going it alone,” TOG tells Biztank. Membership to TOG includes access 15 co-working spaces, over 20 lounges, fitness classes, and networking events.