Category: Co-working

Category: Co-working

Demand for flexible office space set to dramatically increase, research reveals
December 17, 2018 Co-working @lordlancaster

The demand for flexible workspace is set to accelerate as over two thirds of global corporates plan to increase their use of flexible co-working and collaborative space over the next three years, according to new research from Knight Frank. Knight Frank’s (Y)OUR SPACE report surveyed senior executives at 120 global companies which collectively employ over

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Innovation Districts (or Clusters)
August 12, 2016 Co-working @lordlancaster

The geography of innovation is shifting. To find the innovative economy twenty years ago, a worker needed to drive to a secluded research park, work in isolation and keep ideas secret. Today, proximity is everything. Workers want to be in urban places that are walkable, bikeable and hyper-caffeinated where they can bump into other workers

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Sage extends Campus North / Ignite sponsorship for 2nd year!
July 5, 2015 Campus North, Co-working, ignite100 @lordlancaster

One of the things I’m most proud of from my time at Sage is securing sponsorship for the Campus North co-working and event space for startups in Newcastle. Thank you Geoff Phillips (Head of Marketing) and Paul Cairney (Head of Brand) for agreeing to pay for this for the 2nd year in a row! “Leading business software

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Co-working comes to Newcastle
October 10, 2012 Co-working, Events, ignite100, Mind Candy, Moshi Monsters, PostOffice, Silicon Roundabout, Tech Start-Ups, TechHub @lordlancaster

I’ve been championing the idea of co-working in Newcastle since April 2011 when a tour of the ‘Silicon Roundabout’ area of London reinforced my belief that ‘clustering’ (close georgraphical proximity to other businesses and entrepreneurs) was an important ingredient in the success of a startup (see ‘Start-Ups: Know Your Place’). This trip, which included visits to TechHub,

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Welcome to Sunderland, Software City
September 6, 2012 Co-working, Innovation, Sunderland Software City, Tech Start-Ups @lordlancaster

Sunderland Software City, the organisation that exists to generate and promote a sustainable, world class software industry in the North East of England, is moving to a brand new, state-of-the-art building next to Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens called ‘Software City’. Just a few minutes walk from Sunderland Metro station and the main shopping streets, Software City is a stunning new building

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PostOffice venue launches weekly co-working days in Newcastle
July 12, 2012 Co-working, Events, PostOffice, Tech Start-Ups, TechHub @lordlancaster

After talking about bringing co-working days to Newcastle since April 2011, I’m pleased to announce that we are finally going to start doing them at our PostOffice venue in Newcastle every Friday, starting with a FREE launch event on 3rd August (9am-5pm). The PostOffice also has a new Facebook Page at to go with the pre-existing Twitter

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