Vibrant co-working hub opens at the heart of South Lakes town

A THRIVING coworking hub has opened at the heart of a market town’s popular business centre.

CoWork Ulverston has been launched to offer flexible solutions to small businesses and employees of larger companies who work remotely.

The fully flexible co-working hub is located on the first floor of the Ulverston Business Centre and has space for up to 15 users at any one time.

And for companies that take advantage of the new facility and want to upgrade their space, private office spaces are available.

John Muldoon, a director at UBC, said: “We have owned and operated the Ulverston Business Centre for the last 15 years and during that time have enjo

yed seeing businesses grow and flourish in our office spaces.

“Times change and whilst we continue to enjoy buoyant occupancy rates across the centre, we recognise that some businesses do not require a fixed base, but instead are looking for more flexible solutions.

“This is what we are now able to offer through CoWork Ulverston, the town’s first fully flexible co-working hub.

“Our CoWork Ulverston space is open to everyone, whether they are sole traders, or remote workers for larger companies, and we very much look forward to welcoming new faces over the coming months.”

The CoWork space is on the first floor of the business centre and comprises a mix of single person desks, bar-style seating and a more relaxed communal area with beanbags, coffee table and chairs.

Packages start at just £99 plus VAT per month on a rolling monthly basis with no long term contractual requirement. At this investment level, CoWork users are able to use the office facilities up to eight times per month.

Cowork Ulverston at Ulverston Business Centre

Unlimited access costs £199 plus VAT per month. CoWork users will also be eligible to book the business centre’s meeting rooms at reduced rates.

The CoWork space  – which benefits from superfast broadband – will be open Monday-Friday and available between 9am and 5pm.

John said: “There are undoubted benefits to working from home, but one of the significant drawbacks is the lack of social interaction and subsequent feelings of isolation this can cause.

“We’ve created a friendly and accessible town centre space for home-based workers that we hope will counteract this by becoming a place of friendship, business deals and growth.”

To book your space at the CoWork hub, call 01229 480485 or 0203 290 1967 or email

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