20 Feb 2019
Creative workspace provider Spaces is set to open its third flexible office space in Glasgow as microbusinesses flock to the city.
Whether it’s a collaborative office space you require or a private workspace, Spaces West Regent Street boasts high-quality co-working areas, accessible meeting rooms and high-speed internet. If you are looking to take a break from work or entertain clients, the centre is but a stone’s throw from Glasgow’s Centre of Contemporary Arts, and ideally located next to the wide array of shops and eateries Buchanan Street has to offer. For those needing to travel further afield for business, the centre is only a short walk from all major transport hubs, making it easy to travel into London and abroad via Glasgow airport.
Created for corporate shakers, burgeoning businesses, freelancers and entrepreneurs, the workspace will provide a tailored business community for its members, bringing creative minds together in one place. With hundreds of new micro-businesses choosing Glasgow to set up shop, Spaces is the perfect match to compliment Glasgow’s growing reputation as an inventive, pioneering and productive city.
Cultivating a community is key to Spaces’ success, so Glasgow’s newest centre will provide a wide array of events for its members. Ranging from mindfulness and yoga to inspiring speakers, these events are all geared towards helping members to expand their networks and link up with others to share ideas.
Richard Morris, UK CEO of Spaces, says: “Demand for flexible office space is growing rapidly – research shows that 53% of professionals globally now work remotely for at least half their working week and 30% of corporate real estate portfolios could be flexible workspace by 2030. People now recognise that they can be far more productive and successful in a dynamic working environment, while businesses are waking up to the financial and strategic benefits.
“Spaces is helping to supply this demand and drive a workspace revolution in Britain. With over 15,000 active micro-businesses in the city, we’re thrilled to be opening Spaces’ third centre. Glasgow has always been a hub for ideas and entrepreneurship, both of which are at the heart of the Spaces proposition.”
For more information visit: https://www.spacesworks.com/