Work.Life Manchester are celebrating National Coworking Day by opening their doors for free this Thursday 6 June.
The works space will be free of charge for local small businesses and freelancers who are looking to experience the coworking environment.
Work.Life, located on Brown Street in the city centre, creates a collaborative workspace which is uniquely designed to keep people happy at work and feeling engaged with their profession.
National Coworking Day highlights the important benefits of coworking, which has been proven to boost connection and collaboration in the workplace. Work.Life provides a space in the heart of Manchester for companies to bring people together and better understand the advantages of coworking, such as an increase in work productivity, better staff retention and attracting top talent.
Elliot Gold, Co-Founder of Work.Life said, “If you’re used to working from home, or just want to get out of the office for a day, come and grab a desk and a coffee with us and see what coworking is all about.”
Work.Life opened last November and has since become a firm favourite in the city’s popular King Street area, providing a variety of services to enhance the coworking experience. The modern workspace has small, bright compartments and operates on a pay-as-you-go basis and a private membership team to deliver the best working experience.
Members also benefit from access to Work.Life’s busy event schedule with weekly yoga every Monday, Wellness Wednesdays and monthly massages, to name a few.
Work.Life currently have 3000 members across their spaces in London, Reading and Manchester with three different types of memberships to offer.
Manchester’s pay-as-you-go rate starts from just £3 per hour and £17.50 for the whole day.
On National Coworking Day, the space will be completely free from 8am – 5pm on 6 June. For more information on the event or to see what else you could be missing, visit work.life.