It used to be one or the other. Choosing between joining a corporate working 9-5 (que Dolly Parton) in an office or moving toward entrepreneurship and working in solidarity from the dining table. Depending on the type of professional you are, a lot of individuals don’t fit into these two cookie cutter options.
Over the last few years, coworking spaces have been popping up all over the country but for a lot of us, they still don’t fit the bill. Limited membership options. Too many members. High price tags. A ‘work, eat, sleep, repeat’ mantra that doesn’t feel quite right to everyone.
Before coworking was even a thing, there was the ‘home office’ aka, work from bed, the kitchen table..anywhere you can find a spare moment. It’s incredibly easy to fall into one of two categories when you work from home - you work every minute of every day and never log off your computer or you have a hard time starting and keeping momentum without getting distracted by the dirty dishes sitting in the sink.
We saw a need and that’s why WorkClub came to life — workspaces that help you work from where you work best. Rather than just an expensive coworking space to plug in and send one or two emails, WorkClub is a co-opportunity centered around remote workers needs. With inviting, equipped, and comfortable workspaces across London, WorkClub provides a community for entrepreneurs to achieve both personal and professional success.
The ‘club’ in WorkClub can mean something a little different for everyone. So, what does ‘club’ mean to us?
Club means leading by example. We believe in work-life balance. Saturday and Sunday is for unplugging and recharging. Personal and professional balance can only be achieved when you make it a priority and we want our members to incorporate that lifestyle.
WorkClub is more than just a coworking space. We are a community that celebrates and supports our members throughout their journey to live the life they aspire to create.