Category Archives: Serviced Offices

Three months free office space for start-ups

While business confidence is improving and the government have created some useful programmes to help SME businesses, we are still working in a difficult economic environment and we need not just a strong feed of new businesses but to look … Continue reading

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The Critic Stumbles

In response to a post by Seth Godin Seth asks: ‘ Do mainstream critics exist to tell us what to like, to warn us off from the not-so-good, or are they there to punish those that would dare to make a … Continue reading

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Why don’t do we ask for help?

Do we recognise when we need help? Do we know when to ask, who to ask? I don’t need help How many times have I said this? The answer is, more times than I care to remember. And you know … Continue reading

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Office space is no longer required

Sitting at your desk all day, working 9 – 5 Monday to Friday, seeing the same people every day, commuting in and out during rush hour, missing important time with your family. Who needs that? Well, it may surprise you … Continue reading

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Co-working and the space between us

I have been using the term co-working a lot recently: in relation to what I am doing at the Centre it is all about working with others, but I think it is also important to bear in mind that the … Continue reading

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Bristol’s newest and oldest co-working hub

The Colston Office Centre has just launched its’ co-working space with the first Jelly of 2013. With eight people from a host of different business attending on the 27th February, plus our experts at hand to provide advice and help … Continue reading

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Is this the end of the office?

I read something recently (heavens knows where) claiming that retail property occupancy will not return to pre-recession levels. A statement like this may sound dramatic and surprising, but I think it is a safe prediction and the continuing headlines of … Continue reading

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In the age of the agile worker, nothing it seems is fixed…

In the age of the agile worker, nothing it seems is fixed…not your job, your place of work, or the hours you work. So, what are the changes that will lead us to abandon the old ways of thinking? How … Continue reading

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The Benefits of serviced offices

Some people work from home, some also use cafes, hotels and client sites and some are constantly on the move. However, if you feel your business needs an office space, then a serviced or virtual office will give you many … Continue reading

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What are we building for?

According to Ben O’Connor at GVA, in a recent article, we are very short of premium grade office space in Bristol. Class A space is categorised as premium quality space with high spec systems, high quality finishes and demanding above … Continue reading

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