Not everyone can afford the rent for an office – especially in the heart of London – and working from home can be unviable. Luckily, London is full of spaces for startups and freelancers to work, meet, and collaborate.
Here are some of the top such co-working spaces across the city, in no particular order. If you think we’ve missed any out, let us know!
This is Radiohead’s co-working space for, unsurprisingly, musicians and others within the music industry, as well as fashion and the arts. There is studio space, of both the recording and photography varieties, and access to a performance venue, and a restaurant and bar.
The co-working space for creatives. Interchange has many membership benefits and the facilities include a gym, showers, restaurant, and games like table tennis for when your fingers itch for something more than typing.
The Collective features business support from the most basic, such as printing, to mentoring and even investment. They organise events and social activities for members, helping you to better connect with the community around you within The Collective.
Location: Old Oak Lane, Warple Way, Bedford Square
Maple Leaf gives you a Mayfair address, which instantly makes your business look better. Depending on the monthly membership you opt for, you will receive a 0203 phone number, the use of 25 Hill Street as your business address, access to kitchen and showers, and much more fanciness.