Co-working comes to town!


Space. Coworking is a new, members-only facility based in The Old Cinema Building on Fishmarket Road in Rye, offering hot-desking, dedicated desks, lock-up office space, meeting rooms and regular community events to support local businesses.

Co-working as a movement came about to help meet the needs of often isolated solo entrepreneurs and small businesses seeking a more productive work environment alongside like-minded individuals.  Typically, co-working spaces offer flexible and financially attractive alternatives to traditional office rental for businesses of all sizes.

They are commonplace in cities the world-over and increasingly, the movement is filtering down at a more local level with smaller boutique centres opening in towns and rural areas.

Space. Coworking co-founder Jane Brook shares her vision, “The way in which we work is changing. Successful co-working spaces are vibrant communities and a hotbed for inspiration, innovation and collaboration and our new facility will provide contemporary workplace options to serve the professional demographic in the town and surrounding villages.  I am excited to be introducing co-working to Rye!”

To introduce the offering, a free business networking event is being held at The Old Cinema, Fishmarket Road, Rye, on Thursday September 13 from 5:30pm – 7pm with guest speakers Rebekah Gilbert, Chair of the Rye Area Business Forum and serial entrepreneur Paul Andrews CEO of Fruitworks Coworking, Canterbury.

Please RSVP to or call 01797 222857 for more details or to enquire about membership.

Image Credits: Space Coworking .

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