Gloucestershire’s newest business community hub opens its doors

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Unicorn House, Cirencester

The doors have opened for co-working and events at Unicorn House, on Watermoor Road, Cirencester. Starting in October, this new venue will be offering free hot desking as well as business and lifestyle workshops on regular open days.

On Tuesday 10th October Unicorn House will be offering free workshops on social selling and nutrition, as well as morning coffee and lunch opportunities, designed so attendees can meet other local business people and members.

On 10th October Helen Cooke, Nutritional Lead for the Portland Centre for Integrative medicine and owner of The Soul Food Company will be running a workshop on what attendees need to know about nutrition and health, when freelancing and working flexibly.

In the afternoon, marketing and business development specialist, Helen Hammond (Elephant Creative) will take attendees through a step-by-step programme of using LinkedIn to identify targets, use content, build relationships and work towards that all-important sale.

Open days, with free hot desking and workshops, will also run on Tuesdays 7th November and 5th December. For more information go to www.unicornhouse.co.uk or follow Unicorn House on Facebook.

Founder, Catherine Scudamore said: “Having been a part of the Cirencester community for a number of years I felt there was a gap in terms of providing well designed, flexible working space within the town.

“Our co-working space offers the chance to work within a business environment whilst benefitting from being part of a community. When people join Unicorn House they are able to enjoy working alongside other like-minded individuals, all in a modern and energising setting.

“With a programme of events, including monthly breakfast clubs and weekly yoga classes, it’s a professional home for even the most flexible worker.”

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