Last week , I joined the Greg Secker Foundation and the Salvation Army in Wandsworth as we took part in delivering gifts to local residents and children in need. With millions of UK children facing a Christmas in poverty this year, social development charity, the Greg Secker Foundation has joined other businesses in the UK to help the Salvation Army support the Basket Brigade initiative.
Bianca Bass, Head of Marketing at LABS who took us through the whole concept and the future of coworking. She added ” In the past coworking has been associated with freelancers and entrepreneurs, LABS is redefining the way established businesses work, with tenants varying from KPMG to King’s College London, and providing our members events by companies such as Uber and many more”.
The office of the future may not be based on how many floors you can manage or how much staff you can cram into one space. The rise of technology has led to entrepreneurs wanting much more than your standard box stereotype when it comes to office space. There is a disruptive demand for a space where individuals can exchange ideas, network and enjoy the work/life balance that is essential to build a successful brand. With London being the global capital of entrepreneurs and innovation.
Congratulations to @hm .Absolutely fantastic PR & Marketing. Your use of race-baiting to become the talk of 2018 is genius. I am in the Jungle in Africa and we need you to teach us how to do this too? Please.. I promise we shall give you gold and diamonds in return!! https://t.co/4vlbJ8ucBl
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