Co-working space – join the community
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Sharing office space is much more than sharing a photocopier and a meeting room, it's all about openness and good ideas too.
It's a term we are hearing more and more but many might still be asking 'exactly what is coworking'?
whatiscoworking.com defines 'coworking' as any situation in which two or more people are working in the same place together, but not for the same company. A simple, but broad definition which should be explored further if you are to decide if joining the coworking revolution is for you.
The 'coworking' concept has grown in popularity over the last few years as an alternative to the relatively high cost of renting your own office, or to get away from the distractions of working from home. Nwes has been at the forefront of bringing the coworking environment to start-up and growing SMEs on affordable, 'easy in, easy out' terms. The main idea is that individual workers come together in a shared place to enjoy greater productivity and a sense of community.
More than just creating better places to work, Nwes coworking spaces are about community-building, sustainability, collaboration, openness, and accessibility.
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Nwes coworking spaces offer flexibility, great services, and networking opportunities on an occasional basis or for regular full-time work hours. Additionally, the Nwes coworking package includes free business support, events, and access to funding sources to meet the needs of you and your business.
Services provided at no extra cost with our coworking workspace licences include internet and WiFi access, business postal address, kitchen facilities, use of printer / photocopier, meeting and conference room facilities, and break out areas. So with Nwes there's even more benefits to joining the coworking revolution.
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Coworking workspaces offered by Nwes in the East of England can be found at Rouen House, KLIC, and Beacon Innovation Centre in Norfolk, and Riverside Business Centre and Suffolk Enterprise Centre, in Suffolk.
With desk space available to hire in shared offices and prestigious business centres coworking at Nwes is an affordable and exciting way to do business.
Ideal for freelancers and start-ups, rent a desk with flexible monthly agreements and give your business the opportunity to grow.
For more information visit www.nwes.org.uk/workspace