The other week I went to see friends’ WorkSnug at their brand new office. I’ve got to know founder Richard Leyland and the team from working out of the King’s Cross Hub – a co-working space and office which I’ve been a member of since 2009 and which I use about five to six days a month.
The joy of using co-working spaces is that you get to meet other sole-traders, start-ups and SMEs, share ideas, having those water-cooler moments that you can’t have as easily working from home and generally feel part of a wider community of people who work in a similar way to you.
What makes WorkSnug relevant to this is that they specialise helping you find the nearest place for you to open up your temporary desk or meeting room, via a website and mobile app.
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