New Office Space in the heart of Sheffield City within Courtwood House

17th May 2016

With coworking becoming a growing trend, Omnia Offices, part of the Omnia Property Group, are excited to offer their newly refurbished space in the heart of Sheffield City within Courtwood House.

This coworking hub will provide companies and organisations the opportunity to develop a community of support (subject to membership) were they can share work space, enjoy high speed internet access, meet colleagues and clients, use meeting rooms and work in any of the work areas. The Hub will provide a vibrant yet relaxed environment in which to work, with complimentary refreshments available to members. The coworking at Courtwood space aims to provide a lot more than just affordable and flexible office space, coffee and conference rooms. It will offer a chance to network, interact and learn from other businesses, supporting each other to grow and thrive. It could help facilitate introductions, encourage productivity, and motivate professionals working alongside each other. As part of the monthly membership, Omnia Offices will be able to provide: Full Virtual Office Services, telephone number, call answering and post handling Access to the Co Working Hub (an access fob will be provided) Free high speed internet Access to business services, copying, scanning, printing and post Discounted meeting room usage. As part of our initiative to support other businesses in Sheffield, we would like to provide Sheffield Chamber members and free day of working in our space as a taster. If you would like to arrange this, Jackie Plumb would be delighted to hear from you on: 0114 279 2600 or Take a virtual tour

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