Since opening their first venue at The Old Cinema in September, Space Co-working has announced the launch of its second venue at The Brewery Yard Club in the Landgate on Friday March 1 from 7pm.
This newly renovated venue offers a boutique destination events space, coworking lounge, content creation studio and workspace solutions. From this venue the group is offering a programme of weekly and monthly accountability sessions and professional workshops which can help cultivate people’s skill-sets. For example:
- Weekly Content Writing Power Hour
- Regular Business Clinics
- Business Planning Workshops
- Introduction to Podcasting
- Regular Social Media Workshops
But it’s not all work and no play. Professional gains aren’t the only benefit of a coworking community – members are supported through their work-live-thrive journey with a wide variety of personal learning and social events, both member-led and guided. To this end Coworking has put together an exciting package of workshops and events designed to feed your body and soul and give you the chance to meet out of hours and socialise. Some of the things you might be interested in include:
- Garden Design Workshops
- Health and Vitality Accountability sessions
- Monthly Audio Book Club
- Quarterly Soul Food Events (think dancing, art and comedy – anything that feeds the soul)
Working for yourself doesn’t have to be lonely, says the group, and it invites people to come along, saying it’s great for solopreneurs, mumpreneurs, freelancers and anyone working from a home base, craving a connection with the wider business community.
Whether you’re freelancing, running a small business, working on a start-up or just simply want to continue your professional development, being part of a coworking community brings with it plenty of opportunities to collaborate.
Members make meaningful connections, share expertise and ultimately become more productive and grow their businesses.
Image Credits: Space Coworking .