Central Working to open new “entrepreneur club” in Clerkenwell

Partnership with the The Zetter Group marks start-up office provider's second location in Tech City as it looks to "help local businesses grow"

Startups Awards-winning workspace provider Central Working has announced a partnership with The Zetter Group which will see it open a new “entrepreneur club” at the Zetter Hotel Clerkenwell next month; its second site in the Tech City area.

The new Club Zetter site, Central Working’s sixth space in total, is located close to the Crossrail station at Farringdon and Old Street Station and intends to provide an “inspiring environment” to “allow members to do business in absolute comfort”.

While the space will be members-only during the day, it will be open to the general public every evening for food and drink. Club Zetter members will also benefit from discounted rates on bedrooms at The Zetter Hotel.

Founded in 2011 by James Layfield and Steve Pette, Central Working offers membership-based clubs for start-ups in London and Manchester which look to include the infrastructure, support and systems that entrepreneurs need when starting and developing a business.

Central Working’s Layfield said of the news:

“Collaborating with The Zetter Group on this new club just makes sense. Not only is The Zetter Hotel located in one of London’s fastest growing entrepreneurial hot spots but our combined focus on creating beautiful spaces, a community in which to thrive and leading service is second to none. We are excited about opening the doors to members and helping their businesses grow.”

Michael Benyan, partner at the Zetter Group, continued:

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“We admire the way that Central Working are invested in the success of their members and their focus on providing the right environment for creativity and growth. It makes them ideal collaborators on this project.”


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