Miss Sue Flay’s Reviews – Co-Working Spaces
For many travellers and people in business, a motorway service station or the nearest hotel or coffee shop is the best they can sometimes find when emails & messages need responding to – this includes myself!
However, gone are the days where the only choice to drop down into is a greasy spoon cafe or a seedy hotel lobby, many venues now offer top quality tea and coffee facilities, along with wifi, printing and meeting room access at the drop of a hat for a convenient and stress-free hot desk solution.
I love to hunt down the nearest and newest co-working spaces, not simply for these sort of facilities, but also meet & network with other lone workers in the world without the formality of having to join in with an actual business networking of “meet up” group.
My co-working and shared office reviews will suggest the best places I may find, the ones worthy of a mention for a temporary desk idea, good internet connection, a great cuppa and an inspiring conversation or two with staff and the fellow creatives that I may meet whilst visiting.
Regus Business Lounge – Cambridge, Cambourne
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