Co-working company Work.Life secures £300k for Bermondsey site

Feb 9, 2017 · bdaily.co.uk

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Work.Life, the co-working space network in the capital, has secured a £300k finance deal to open a new site in south London as a prelude to UK-wide expansion.

The group, which also operates spaces in Camden, Clerkenwell, Reading and London Fields, has completed the six-figure debt finance agreement with London and Manchester’s OakNorth to acquire the new 213-desk site in Bermondsey.

The opening of the new site comes as the co-working network plans to open a further ten properties between now and the end of 2018, with its first sites outside London planned in Birmingham, Manchester and Cambridge.

Work.Life also announced a partnership with US telecoms giant Verizon back in January to develop a co-working space within its Clerkenwell UK headquarters.

Following completion of the deal, Co-Founder, Elliot Gold, commented: "2016 was a phenomenal year for Work.Life and we’re incredibly proud of all the amazing work that has gone into making it such a success.

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