Co-working space Work.Life have launched Spring Open Week, taking place this week (from 25th March).
Situated between King Street and Market Street, the innovative workspace will be open to freelancers and small businesses who are keen to experience the environment for free throughout the week. With private offices, hot desk areas and social spaces, the Open Week also invites visitors to experience Work.Life’s popular events schedule, including Yoga classes on Monday, Wellness Wednesdays and Beer/Pizza nights on Thursdays.
On Tuesday 26th March, the space will also host a sales masterclass, presented by Manchester based sales experts, ‘Know and Do‘. They’ll be on hand to share quick, practical and inspiring insights, helping visitors learn how to hone in on those vital sales skills which are crucial to any new or established business.
As the nearest workspace to the city’s popular and affluent King Street area, Work.Life has grown into one of Manchester’s favourite co-work establishments since its launch in November. The workspace offers three levels of membership, including ‘Resident’ (private offices), ‘Local’ (unlimited hot desking), and ‘Flex’ (pay-as-you-go hot desking).
Commenting on the Open Week, David Koksy, Co-Founder of Work.Life said, “Co-working can be daunting, especially for freelancers or small teams who are used to working from home.”
“We love hosting open weeks, not only to meet new faces, but to encourage those who have never tried a workspace to join us and see how our community-led vibe fits with their business.”
“Our Manchester space has proved very popular since we launched five months ago. We are very proud of how it has grown in such a short space of time, and look forward to welcoming new members throughout the year.”
We headed down to the space at its launch, where guest-speaker Karina Jadhav opened the first week with an inspirational speaking event.
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