One of the biggest shared offices in West London, Cowork Hub has up to 60 companies based in its spacious building, ranging from the creative industry to business coaches.

Their purpose is to help new businesses to run their company effectively by reducing their cost as they don’t need to deal with leasing properties, for example, in order to set up their business.

Cowork Hub provides affordable & flexible office space for their clients. In addition to this, the clients don’t have to deal with long contracts, cancellation fees and reception management. Also, Cowork Hub offers gym, breakout areas and meeting rooms, all free of charge for their members.

What I learnt about Cowork Hub

As a student completing my work experience, I have learnt a vast amount of skills from Cowork Hub. Firstly, I have developed my knowledge on how they are promoting their products and services through the use of social media channels, such as Facebook and Instagram. I noticed that the way they use social media has generated a positive impact towards their business as they are able to attract new businesses to set up their office within their workplace.

Furthermore, I have also learnt that Cowork Hub does a depth amount of research on how the coworking industry operates and monitors their competitors activity.

In addition to this, I have also had a chance to assess the different organisations within the workplace by knowing what type of business they are and what type of service they offer.

Franchette Christian Alcantara – Business Management student from Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College

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