It has been a turbulent year or so for most businesses and no more so than here at The Innovation Centre Knowledge...
Dom Davis is our first London Embassy user
You can tell it’s Shoreditch because the cafe is full of bearded twenty-somethings wielding Macs and they’re roasting their own coffee downstairs – but they’re out of tea. Which is probably a good thing, because any more caffeine and my heart is likely to burst out of my chest.
Being a digital nomad is all well and good, but it does have some downsides. Not least of which is a lack of places to meet people who aren’t laptop toting entrepreneurs. Sometimes you need to pretend you’re a grownup company.
But office space in London is not cheap, not least by Liverpool Street station. So having access to a desk and a meeting room at the TechEast Embassy is a real boon. Especially when the price of membership makes it a no-brainer.
Tech Marionette is an online company. With no offices, and staff distributed across Europe, we meet and interact on the web. Access to co-working spaces like Whitespace and the TechEast Embassy provide us with a base when we need it. It allows us to meet as a company, or meet prospective clients.
But it’s more than that. Access to the co-working space gives us access to other startups, which mean people to bounce ideas off, and a beachhead into the vibrant London startup scene. And all just round the corner from the train station.
Dom Davis, Tech Marionette @idomdavis
If you’d like to join TechEast and use the TechEast London Embassy – click here