Home to one the best universities in the world, the dreaming spires and the film set of many Harry Potter films, Oxford has now taken the title of being home to an expanding coworking scene.
Bristol, home to cider, great music and an infamous graffiti artist is also a burgeoning tech and coworking scene. Check out the city’s top coworking spaces and prices (if you’re used to London prices you may want to read this sat down) in Runway East’s rundown of the best of the west.
Hoping to pick the dream office for your team? Probably a good idea to ask them what they want first. Using our years of experience helping startup teams in London find offices and coworking that worked for them, we’ve created 4 simple questions that help startups find out what their team wants from an office.
We’ve found the best spaces which provide flexible, private, and even customisable offices for up to 100 people, and researched their minimum and maximum office capacities so you can find a space that’s the right size for your team.
Choosing between the open plan or private office space can have a big affect on how your startup progresses. Luckily, here at Runway East we have both and better still, we’ve compiled a list of the pros and cons of both types of spaces.