If you’re an early stage start up, SME, or developer team at some point you’re going to want to join a coworking space. Shoreditch Works have housed some of the most incredible start-ups. We understand that in order to grow your business you don’t want the hassles of annual fees, deposits, or rates. On the day that you want to get started you can turn up and get to work on building that epic product that will change the world. In order for you to do that we offer a flat fee that includes super fast WiFi, 24/7 access, shared meeting room, and kitchen facilities. Most importantly, you’ll have the opportunity to connect with the most developer focused co-working space in Shoreditch.
After a successful Kickstarter campaign Shoreditch Works launched the Village Hall, a venue space in the heart of Shoreditch. During 2013 we held multiple events and supported local communities. We are currently on the lookout for a new venue, get in touch if you are interested in planning events with us.
In 2007 I was looking for a new office space and, being the only UK employee of my firm RedMonk, the only way to do it was to cowork. Traditional serviced offices are not conducive to work, and include absurdly high service charges. I found a cheap space above a pub in Hoxton, with help from Hackney Council, and moved in. Not long afterwards I moved to a coworking space on Scrutton Street and fell in love with the place. When the opportunity presented itself, I encouraged a group of us to take on the business ourselves and Shoreditch Works was born. James Governor: Founder of Shoreditch Works
We offer the ideal affordable and flexible co-working environment where you can run and grow your business—whether you're a startup, small business or freelancer. Join other like-minded companies for great business opportunities and advice. £295+VAT/person/month
Are you a growing startup in need of your own office space? We offer a variety of private suites for up to 12 people, come and take a look. Prices start at £2,000/month
"ShoreditchWorks is an awesome, no frills, co-working space in the heart of the London tech scene. The folks running it (such as James Governor from the Redmonk analyst firm) really understand the developer community and the tech industry at large. They put on events, organise bleeding edge conferences and make it really flexible for you and your team. If you want to avoid the hype of startup London and get focussed on building a real business, then this is a great place to be!" Martijn (CEO)jClarity
"We love Shoreditch Works because everyone is a real developer who "gets" open source. The creation of software is fundamentally social, so we need to be close to as many people like that as possible. There really is nowhere else like it in the UK." Alexis (CEO)Weaveworks
What I learned this week about Google+ As the Community Manager at Shoreditch Works, I spend a lot of time on social media. Most of that time gets spent on Twitter, but we also have a presence on Facebook, Linkedin and Google+. Twitter is great and we get to engage with our current members, alumni, […]
Apple was in the news this week when it acquired FoundationDB. This means that even non-techies are peripherally aware of the new database world. Interestingly, FoundationDB is not Open Source, unlike most of its competitors. So much, so Apple. With #FoundationDB, CAP stands for "Closed. Apple Purchase." — Clemens Vasters (@clemensv) March 25, 2015 FoundationDB is a […]