Founders and freelancers network to success while ‘Hot Desking’ in luxury London hotels

Events | South East

The membership coworking platform creates an inspiring environment for leaders to work in and its next events are not to be missed especially if you are a female entrepreneur.

Spacemize turns the underutilised areas of luxury London hotels into coworking spaces during the day.

Members of the platform get preferential rates on private hire, complimentary tea & coffee, restaurant discounts and perks across leading partner brands such as posh beauty salon Duck & Dry and top organic store As Nature Intended for as little as £99 a month. The closed network features entrepreneurs, startups, freelancers and mobile working professionals- who value their flexibility and get access to at least three networking events a month with top tier speakers.

Tzvete Doncheva, Spacemize’s head of business development has joined forces with Philip Salter of the leading think tank The Entrepreneurs Network to organise ‘Founders Breakfasts’ which has already gotten London’s entrepreneurial community talking. The series are monthly informal round tables, gathering industry leaders and inspiring entrepreneurs (limited to 20). They discuss a relevant theme over a light breakfast and share experiences along their business journey.

The February Edition is on Tuesday, 26th February at Spacemize@Crowne Plaza Kensington on the topic of ‘Female Entrepreneurship’. Speakers feature #ForbesUnder30 Devika Wood (founder of Vida) and Duchess of Cambridge’s favourite Cecile Reinaud (founder of Seraphine).

The discussion will focus on ‘Building a Business-Online & Offline’ and will take place in the garden igloo domes of the hotel. Attendees will receive beauty treats and goody bags, provided by Blow LTD. Spacemize own weekly ‘Coworking Workshop for Startups’ – a talk on a key topic, followed by a coworking day, takes place each Friday on a rotating principle across venues.

Doncheva, adds: ‘Working remotely, especially when starting a business, can be isolating – a lot of times the lines between work and private life get blurred’. A recent Epson survey of freelancers found 46% of respondents felt ‘isolated’, while a further 25% of them experienced depression. ‘To work independently but to belong to a larger community of innovators- this is what Spacemize strives to achieve. For the price of less two cappuccinos a day’.

The company founders all have solid business backgrounds- Saleem Arif-CEO of ReviewSolicitors (UK’s legal Tripadvisor), Zain Dhareeja – New York qualified lawyer and entrepreneur and world-renowned entrepreneur Saeed Al Ghurair (One of UAE’s most prominent families).

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