Around 50 professionals attended the launch of 15,000 sq ft of co-working and flexible office space at Maidenhead when MyWorkSpot unveiled its new home.

The company which offers office, hot desks, meeting and event space moved from 85 King Street to refurbished Clyde House in Reform Road and invited guests from the property world to the June 13 launch.

The three floors of the building includes a breakout and event space, themed externally bookable meeting rooms, an open plan co-working area and private offices.

MyWorkSpot director David Johnston told guests: “Our mission from day one has been to create a work and meeting space for Maidenhead businesses that is an inspiring environment to be in, has an ultra flexible offering to meet evolving needs as member businesses grow and has attainable price points.

“We have certainly seen the need for this type of flexible workspace offering in Maidenhead with our customers ranging from entrepreneurs and their newly founded start-ups, through to large local corporates like Three who love to use our creatively-themed meeting rooms for offsite meetings or project space.

“We think we have created a unique offering in Maidenhead where businesses of all sizes can work, collaborate and do business together.”


* Image: Guests being shown around at the space at MyWorkSpot.

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