Co-working office provider announces expansion plans to cater for more start-ups

Club Workspace set to add six new London centres to its existing network

One of London’s largest providers of co-working and shared offices, Club Workspace, has today announced plans to double the size of its existing network, adding six new centres across the city over the next year.

Launched in 2011, the business centre brand which is part of Workspace PLC provides early-stage companies and entrepreneurs with flexible office space. Offering users access to Wi-Fi and meeting rooms, the workspace offers an affordable option for start-ups compared to the costs of renting a traditional office.

It currently has five communal offices in fast-growth areas including London Bridge, Bankside and Chiswick.

The expansion will see it add new suites in Chancery Lane, Bethnal Green, Islington, Borough, Dulwich and Ladbroke Groves in order to meet “growing demand” from start-ups and digital businesses.

Managing director of Club Workspace, James Friedenthal, said:

“Co-working is becoming an increasingly popular choice for new and growing businesses looking for flexible workspace in London’s best locations, with reduced overheads.

“We’re delighted to double the size of our network across London to offer our customers workspace tailored to their needs and a new property resource for companies with a flexible way of working.”

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