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Startup of the Week - Focusmate

by: Startacus Admin ~ 27th June 2019
Procrastination be gone! Focusmate is an innovative startup which has created a virtual co-working space providing distraction-free productivity. If you’re a freelancer or if you regularly work from home, chances are you may sometimes find it difficult to concentrate on your work. It’s very easy to procrastinate and get distracted when you’re in your own home environme...
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DeskHoppa Enables Businesses to Become Co-Working Spaces

by: Startacus Admin ~ 1st March 2019
Space-as-a-Service startup DeskHoppa is a community of businesses and working spaces that offer their desks to rent, enabling businesses to become co-working spaces.  DeskHoppa was born out of a problem. During the heatwave in June 2018 software developer Jason Bell had a simple need, “All I wanted was a desk for an hour. In the middle of meetings in Belfast I needed to a video call wi...
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Startup of the Week - Spacemize

by: Startacus Admin ~ 21st February 2019
Spacemize - The London-based startup which is facilitating the “high end alternative to coworking.” Whether you’re a freelancer, a startup or a remote worker, chances are you will have worked from a co-working space at some point. After all, they often offer a much better environment to work in than your local random coffee shop! Our latest startup of the week have recogni...
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Wellness in the workspace

by: Startacus Admin ~ 22nd November 2018
With a background in occupational therapy, Glandore Director, Clare Kelly’s experience has shaped Glandore’s own wellness initiatives. Hosting Pilates and yoga classes, lunch and learn seminars and meditation guidance, among other offerings, Glandore’s wellness programme has become a way of not only supporting their members’ wellbeing but offering them a healthy opportunity...
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Why the NI startup sector will continue to grow

by: Startacus Admin ~ 5th November 2018
As the tech startup scene and startup ecosystem in NI continues to grow, Clare Kelly, Director of leading serviced offices and coworking spaces provider, Glandore suggests that this growth is only the beginning of a further period of continued sector development. "The tech startup scene and startup ecosystem in Northern Ireland will only continue to grow. It doesn’t take much to ...
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How co-working spaces are changing the way business is done in NI

by: Startacus Admin ~ 22nd October 2018
As business in Northern Ireland continues to evolve, our office and work environment evolves with it. Clare Kelly, Director of leading serviced offices and coworking spaces provider, Glandore explains how co-working spaces are helping to change the way business is done in NI.  “Northern Irish companies are increasingly looking for more adaptable workplaces that allow room for growth wi...
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Huckletree Supports Parentpreneurs with Power Parents workspace Membership

by: Startacus Admin ~ 27th February 2018
Workspace accelerator group Huckletree has launched a new membership offering for working parents, in its new space in West London. Huckletree West in White City provides both shared workspaces and private studios to digital lifestyle businesses and now offers a Kids’ Studio where parents can work while their pre-school children play. For just £175 a month working parents (...
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Meetup to become part of WeWork

by: Startacus Admin ~ 28th November 2017
So there you have it - earlier today we heard that global platform Meetup (they provide a space for folk to arrange and attend 'in-real-life' meetups) were to be acquired by global office space providers WeWork (they provide spaces and offices for entrepreneurial folk and businesses to work, co-work...and meetup). And then Meetup posted this...It does make good business sense if you think about i...
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Space-as-a-service startup, Bold, launches an on-demand meeting room service

by: Startacus Admin ~ 20th October 2017
Space-as-a-service startup, Bold, launches in London, with the aim of bringing commercial space into the so called "access economy" with their on-demand meeting room service. According to Bold, research suggests SMEs spends £6k a year in cafes (coffee commerce), as well as £92M/year spent on small meetings in hotels. We've not done the maths, but this apparently equals a whopping &pou...
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The Workary wants to help make public libraries work

by: Startacus Admin ~ 17th October 2017
We are liking the sound of The Workary, a group of co-working spaces across London that support public libraries by transforming under-utilised space into affordable 'work' & 'life' spaces for local startups, entrepreneurs and residents. Facilitated by London based Wimbletech CIC, this social impact project works in partnership with local Councils to transform under-utilised library space int...
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