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Moneypenny launches new coworking space for small business owners in Tech city

by LLP Reporter
12th Mar 19 2:53 pm

Moneypenny the world’s leading outsourced communication provider, launches a new creative coworking space called Workhub near Old Street in London at the offices of MadeSimple which it acquired in January 2018.  MadeSimple has helped to set up more than one million companies and provides online solutions to the start-up and small business communities such as company formation, virtual offices, and website creation.

The Moneypenny Workhub offers small businesses coworking space in the heart of London’s start-up scene, ‘Tech-city’.  The concept of coworking has turned from a café scene to a social movement which is changing working practices. An attractive and efficient solution for start-up companies offering a solution to staggering overheads and location issues.

There are no set up fees or lengthy contracts, just a pricing structure starting from £29 for a day pass and £175 a month for unlimited access and the opportunity to work in a community of small businesses. Workhub also offers clients regular seminars from thought-leaders and access to their startup experts.

The light, bright open working space offers hotdesking, fixed desks, private offices and meeting rooms with some quirky and vintage furnishings designed to inspire.

Joanna Swash, CEO of Moneypenny said, “We are delighted to be launching our new Workhub. We are experts in helping small businesses prosper with our product and service offerings, but also with our culture which puts the needs of the customer at the heart of our business.”

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