Posts Tagged ‘Entrepreneurs’

In the modern business world, many jobs can be carried out remotely, which means large office spaces are no longer an absolute necessity for countless organisations. Renting office spaces is expensive, particularly in international business hubs like London, so downsizing your work space often saves money. While many...

According to The Telegraph, over 600,000 small businesses were set to open in 2015. In July 2016, the paper published a report prepared by Startup Britain which claimed that around 80 new companies are established every hour in the UK. From January to June 2016, 342,927 new startup businesses registered with the...

Week 28 – London. Welcome to a new feature of The Workplace Series and the story behind The Taylor Centre. The space is a part of the Royal Academy of Engineering, located next to St. James’s Park, and inspires great innovation with its support program for young technology startups and entrepreneurs in the...

Project Kairos launched two years ago to offer tech startups an unparalleled platform to network with recognised leaders, pioneering brands, solution providers, investment communities, and other innovative startups attending TechXLR8, a three-day festival at the heart of London Tech Week. The festival connects...

Whichever industry you’re in, improving your website could greatly improve your business’s potential customer base. And whether your website generates sales or leads or simply promotes your brand, there are smart, targeted strategies to ensure you connect with your ideal online audience. Instead of well-meaning...

The work environment has been changing rapidly in the new millennium, resulting in new challenges and opportunities. This evolution has witnessed the arrival of a new workforce and the end to the traditional ways of working. Today’s workplace scenario is being redefined by a variety of factors including advanced...

From left to right: Ed Hoppitt, Ben Jones, Gina London, RoboThespian We were delighted to attend Dublin Tech Summit (DTS) this past 15 and 16 February in the Irish capital. We enjoyed a fantastic lineup of speakers and got to learn more about the DTS StartUp100 Programme. Held in the Convention Centre Dublin, the...

Week 18 – London. In this week’s Workplace Series, we are presenting a young and fast-growing coworking space in Camden Town called Work.Life. Through this interview with eOffice Founder, Pier Paolo Mucelli, and Work.Life Director, David Kosky, we will take you through the whole journey from opening a coworking space...

Cube Workspace V&A Waterfront Breakout Area Wellness at work should be viewed as an essential part of any company’s people strategy instead of a benefit for large corporates with deep pockets only. Unfortunately for most employers, promoting wellness and a healthy lifestyle at work is cost-demanding and many companies...

Week 17 – London. This week in The Workplace Series eOffice founder, Pier Paolo Mucelli, has visited the ambitious company Techspace. Since it was founded in 2012, the firm has grown into an inspiring workplace that offers coworking and workspace for the tech community and its scale-up tech teams. In this interview,...