Co-working Case Study: Headspace

Ever find yourself in east London? New co-working provider Headspace are showing businesses why co-working is the way forward.

To some, co-working is a foreign term but what they don’t realise, is that it’s changing what we see as ‘the office’. Co-working is a term given to a space where individuals or groups of people work in a shared environment. Whether it be a temporary or semi-permanent space, it acts like your very own office, only minus the lease, utility costs, and Wi-Fi expense.

So we decided to take a look at one in particular and see what they have to offer. We present to you: Headspace.

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What is it? 

Headspace is a modern, art deco-style co-working space catered to working professionals. From an individual person needing a desk space to plug their laptop in, to small businesses of up to 50, they offer shared spaces, meeting rooms, offices and event spaces.

Where is it? 

19-21 Hatton Garden, London EC1N 8BA

What’s the cost? 

  • Membership from £50 + VAT
  • Meeting rooms from £20/hour
  • Event space: charges by half day (£300) or full day (£500)

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Features

For when you need to work:

  • 24/7 access
  • Wi-Fi is included
  • In-house caterer for coffee & lunch
  • An address for your business

For when you need a break:

  • Free yoga classes
  • Music in the break out area
  • Arcade
  • Free lunchtime seminars
  • Free one on one advice from industry experts

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 If you want to find out more about Headspace, click here.