This British startup wants to become WeWork for musicians, raises €2.1M for its coworking space launch

This British startup wants to become WeWork for musicians, raises €2.1M for its coworking space launch

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Coworking spaces are a vital phenomenon of urban life and have redefined the work culture over the past decade. Such workspaces have become a rage and there are nearly 14,000 flexible workspaces across the world. Despite the huge number of coworking spaces, less than 20 such workspaces are dedicated to music and arts.

This is the intention behind The Qube, a London-based coworking space founded in Amin Hamzianpour and Nicholas Sonuga. They aim at providing a vibrant workspace and community for the deserving creative sector.

Raised €2.1M funding!

The London-based coworking space meant for creators has now secured €2.1 million seed funding led by Angel CoFund along with participation from the UK music industry veterans AEI Group and other angel investors. This investment will be used to develop its flagship site measuring 16,000 square feet, which will be officially launched in autumn 2019.

Range of packages available

The Qube has started accepting new members and there is a range of packages available for individuals. It provides the members with resources, space and network that are needed to write, produce as well as record to a professional level.

30 studios under one roof!

At the West London premises, there will be more than 30 soundproof studios available under one roof offering a collection of music, photography, podcast and video editing facilities. These facilities are meant to cater to the needs of the artists and creators these days.

Connects and collaborates artists

Amin Hamzianpour, co-founder of The Qube said, “Most creators are facing this same battle; artists, podcasters, songwriters, photographers, Youtubers, video editors, directors working from home or in dingy basement studios feeling isolated, with no real sense of belonging. We’ve set out to bridge that gap with Qube; a home for a new generation of creators to connect, collaborate and most importantly feel inspired to create their best work.”

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