Bridging the gap between growing and global business, our partnership with one of the world’s leading telecoms companies gives unrivalled access to their teams and global clients. We’re talking mentorships, events and rubbing elbows with the likes of digital juggernauts Yahoo and AOL.
Our Fabulous Locations
We choose to build our spaces in locations where we think our members will be happy to work and play. Our spaces in London, Reading and Manchester all sit amongst great places to eat, explore and stretch your legs.
Whether it’s an end of day wander in the park or an expertly-buzzed 11am fruit juice; we make sure you’re never far from a lovely change of scenery and some much needed headspace.
A membership that works around you
We’re not a one-size-fits-all kind of place. We know that businesses, especially budding ones, come in all shapes and sizes. That’s why we’ve developed three membership types to match your style and set of needs.
Is flexibility where you find your flow? Or does putting down roots give you room to blossom? From pay as you go hot desking to private offices, we’re confident you’ll find your fit.
Listen to us!
We’ve teamed up with About Time Magazine’s founder Angelica Malin to bring to you a brand new podcast. Work.It explores all different elements of business from making your idea a reality to building a company culture.
Listen to find out how some of the most exciting entrepreneurs of our time built their dream companies at Charlie HR, Skinnydip, and our very own Work.Life.
on the street
“Having moved to Work.Life I can honestly say our people are thriving. It’s a fantastic environment that helps us work collaboratively and flexibly. If you want to work in a community that encourages people to bring their best selves to the day job – this is it!”
Carolyn, People Insight
“Work.life is a genuinely personal co-working space. The community is super friendly and it’s buzzing with creativity.”
“Work.Life brings about a sense of positivity to working. I’ve managed to meet and develop relationships with a huge number of people and businesses that I almost certainly would not have within a ‘regular’ office.”