The award-winning speciality coffee company, Department of Coffee and Social Affairs, is pleased to announce the opening of ‘White Space’, the Company’s first co-working and events space in Manchester, UK. With a growing number of creatives, freelancers and entrepreneurs looking for affordable alternative places to work, the need for quality co-working spaces continues to increase in the Manchester area.
Situated adjacent to and integrated with Department of Coffee and Social Affairs biggest coffee-shop to date, members enter White Space through a ‘Members Only’ walkway which opens into a spacious workspace complete with permanent and hot desks, private booths, a chill-out area, meeting rooms and more.
The space is designed to accommodate daily private members and public events. As part of the offering, members can order speciality coffee and food from their desk with full service, allowing for uninterrupted work.
Members also receive a discount on all food and drinks from Department of Coffee and Social Affairs. Additional services such a locker rental and postal service will be provided to provide a best in class working environment.
Commenting on the new site, Department of Coffee and Social Affairs, CEO, Ashley Lopez, said: “We are thrilled to be opening in Manchester, a city with such a dynamic entrepreneurial and arts culture and one we have been looking to locate in for some time.” She went on to say, “With 1.91 million professional freelancers in the UK, the increasing demand for flexible workspace is constantly growing. Manchester is no exception to the trend, and we are supporting this demand by dedicating space in our new site to cater for those professionals who need alternative workspace.”
Monthly membership fees start as low as £99 with additional third party services available. For a limited time only White Space is offering a free 5 day trial of the space.
To find out more or to sign up to become a member, please visit: www.whitespacehq.co