Local business to move location
Published: Wednesday, 20th March 2019
Local business, MyWorkSpot, is to move locations thanks to support from the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead.
MyWorkSpot, who set up in July 2017, is currently situated in King Street which is part of the The Landing site due for redevelopment.
Following discussions with the council, the business will be moving to Clyde House on Reform Road from April while the regeneration across Maidenhead takes place.
Cllr Philip Love, deputy lead member for Maidenhead regeneration and Maidenhead, says: “I am delighted that the council is able to help this local and successful business who offer flexible office and meeting space for a range of businesses in Maidenhead, as well as Maidenhead based commuters.
“We are very impressed with what the MyWorkSpot team have already achieved in a short period of time and we fully support their vision to further grow a collaborative and creative hub for Maidenhead’s local business community.
MyWorkSpot Co-Founder, David Johnston, says: “We have been supporting dozens of businesses in Maidenhead over the last 18 months and have seen first-hand the demand for modern, flexible and attainable office and meeting space in town. We are really pleased to be able to collaborate with RBWM on this project that not only safeguards our existing customer base during the regeneration process, but will allow us to further grow MyWorkSpot as a hub for entrepreneurs and growing businesses.”
MyWorkSpot has over 150 business users and offers a range of workspace options, from pay as you go hot desks for local business owners or commuters who only need occasional work or meeting space, through to private offices for businesses with teams who need an everyday office base.
MyWorkSpot’s users include Three, WeightWatchers, and TechMahindra who regularly use the facility for off-site meetings.
To find out more information about My Work Spot visit www.myworkspotuk.com