Start-ups have another chance to win free co-working space for a year thanks to TOG

The workspace provider has launched round two of its TOG 100 competition, with the next set of winners to be housed at White Collar Factory

The Office Group (TOG) has launched round two of its TOG 100 competition, which will award 100 start-ups free co-working space for 12 months – over the next three years.

Designed for young entrepreneurs, the next set of winners will be housed at White Collar Factory, a 237,000 sq ft co-working space based in Old Street Roundabout, London.

Resident start-ups able to avail of its cafes and restaurants, 276 cycle spaces, 150m rooftop running track, and roof terrace – with successful applicants also able to take advantage of co-working space in 15 different London locations and over 20 lounges, as well as roof gardens, gyms and members’ bars.

Currently housing 15,000 businesses, from small start-ups to global giants such as Facebook, British Gas and Santander, networking opportunities are endless for the chosen winners – with 38% of TOG members having worked with another member at some time.

Collbaration events are also held throughout the year.

TOG is now London’s largest privately-owned occupier of office space and now offers 1.2m sq. ft. of flexible workspace across 34 buildings, 32 of which are in London.

Global real estate investment film Blackstone bought a majority stake in the business in June.

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Olly Olsen, co-CEO at TOG, said:

“We were thrilled to receive such a positive response from the first round of TOG 100. It’s inspiring to see so many talented young people turning their passions into a working business, and we are proud to be able to support them on their journey.

“Many of these young entrepreneurs are working from home where they lack social interaction and the support of both those on the same journey and those who have come out the other side and are now running successful businesses.

“Having a place to call home is essential to establishing any business and we look forward to welcoming more young entrepreneurs to the TOG family where they can thrive and contribute to our vibrant community culture.”

To enter the second round of the competition, register your details here.


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