Mindspace to open second London location
Mindspace is set to open its second co-working property in London.
Following strong demand for its first London location, the second location at 9 Appold St., Broadgate Quarter in Shoreditch will span two floors and over 40,500 square feet.
It will accommodate 900 new members working for global enterprises, entrepreneurs, small-to-medium-sized businesses, technology start-ups and freelancers.
Founded in 2014 by Dan Zakai and Yotam Alroy, Mindspace operates 15 co-working spaces across Europe, in locations such as Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Tel Aviv and Warsaw.
Mindspace’s community of entrepreneurs, start-ups, and innovation teams from leading enterprises enjoy weekly networking events, professional meetups and happy hours in a collaborative atmosphere.
“London is a great market for Mindspace’s upscale co-working offering,” said Dan Zakai, co-founder and CEO of Mindspace.
“Having seen strong demand for our first London location in Whitechapel, we’re excited to announce the arrival of our second co-working space in London’s Tech City.
“Shoreditch’s trendsetting culture makes it one of the most desirable places to live and work in and the area attracts the world’s leading enterprises, start-ups, accelerators and VCs – some of which already call Mindspace a home for their business in other European cities.”
Among Mindspace’s members are world-leading brands such as Barclays Bank, Samsung, SAP, M&C Saatchi, the TechStars Accelerator, Euronews and Cheetah Mobile.
The company offers an upscale, professional co-working environment with boutique-style offices and meeting rooms, service from community managers, fully-stocked kitchens and supporting technology.
Additionally, Mindspace provides its members with a host of valuable benefits and offers from global and local service providers such as Google, Amazon, Microsoft, nearby restaurants, car rentals, hotels and wellness suppliers.
There is also the option for businesses to work in multiple Mindspace offices across the globe at no extra cost.