In the last decade, post the technology revolution, the entire work culture has been changed! Facilitated by the arrival of smartphones, faster internet connection and laptops, numerous digital nomads are combining professional and personal life, choosing to explore the world, while continuing to work.
In an attempt to cater to digital nomads, a small but growing trend as emerged — Co-working spaces. This ideology is perfect for those who’s profession allows for remote working and has a passion for travel, new experience and of course making friends. It allows you to work and live anywhere around the world.
What is co-working spaces?
It is essentially a large house that provides accommodations to digital entrepreneurs with a private room simultaneously sharing common areas and the flexibility to expand quickly and connect with other like-minded entrepreneurs. There are lots of co-working spaces that includes events, outings, dinners and more.
Here are the 4 best coworking spots in the UK in 2019, according to Big Seven Travel.
WeWork is the platform for creators, providing hundreds of thousands of members around the world with space, community, and services that enable them to do what they love and create their life’s work. The platform’s mission is to create a world where people work to make a life, not just a living. It was founded by Iguel Mckelvey and Adam Neumanniguel. Moreover, several locations around the capital offer members a flexible working solution.
Huckletree is a workspace accelerator bringing together a diverse, disruptive community of startups, scaleups, innovation teams and global brands – all powered by the belief that collaboration is key to building a successful business. Founded by Andrew Lynch, and Gabriela Hersham, their global network of members inspire, challenge and work with each other across London and Dublin. Huckletree has raised a total of £7.2M in funding over 4 rounds. Their latest funding was raised on Oct 11, 2017, from a Series B round.
Makerversity builds and supports communities of the most exciting maker businesses. The company aim is to support and grow a diverse selection of the most exciting maker start-ups. From designers to hackers, engineers to wearable technologists, makers to inventors, we provide space, people and support to develop your creative practice. They exist to support emerging practice, learning and employability opportunities for young people.
The Ministry is a new private members club and workspace for the creative industries. It features an impressive 21m-bar spanning the entire ground floor. Other facilities include a full table service restaurant, immersive technology studio, 36-seater cinema, soundproof production suites and serviced meeting rooms where you can order lunch at the push of a button. According to the company, work should be fun, inspiring, packed with fantastic facilities and this is a place where creative businesses will thrive and grow.
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