Based in and around London and wish you could get some cost effective office space for your startup? Well with this fab deal with Club Workspace, your wish may have just been granted...
There are a few things that pretty much every startup, freelancer, entrepreneur, self starter needs when starting a business.
Web Hosting - tick A working laptop - tick A business bank account - tick
You get the drift?
Cost Effective office space to work….
You may see where this is going…
Well, thanks to the good folk at Club Workspace, office space has just become more cost effective - 25% more cost effective that is!
Club Workspace is a fast-growing network of creative co-working business clubs, with exclusive locations across London for entrepreneurs and professionals alike.
With the choice of access to one or all business clubs, Club Workspace members receive access to free Wi-Fi in all venues, refreshments and access to a busy calendar of networking and business growth events. Members can also gain access to optional services as part of their package, including printing and scanning facilities, meeting rooms, lockers and a business mailbox.
Standard membership ranges from £200 - £400 per month and the great news is that Startacus members can apply a 25% discount to those standard prices! Fab!
All you have to do is apply the Startacus code at the Club Workspace checkout and bingo - the 25% discount will be applied. Hooray!
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