HotDesk and meeting room facilities opened in Newport

PUBLISHED: 18:33 16 May 2012 | UPDATED: 09:27 22 May 2012

Jo Emes and Charlotte Phillips of The Business Studio, with Jim Rayfield (left) and Matt Cooper (right) of H18 launch Hotdesks and Meeting Rooms in Newport

Jo Emes and Charlotte Phillips of The Business Studio, with Jim Rayfield (left) and Matt Cooper (right) of H18 launch Hotdesks and Meeting Rooms in Newport

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MOVERS and shakers of the local business community turned out for the launch party of a new ‘hot desk’ facility.

HotDesks & Meeting Rooms, based at The Maltings, has been set up by Saffron Walden networking group The Business Studio, and web design and branding company H18.

The professional, contemporary work space is available for hire.

Jo Emes, of The Business Studio, said: “This new facility is just what businesses need.

“There are a lot of serviced offices available for small companies to hire but nowhere that an individual can pop in and book a desk when they want to escape from the distractions of working from home.”

Visitors to the launch party on Thursday were treated to canapes by Bites of Saffron Walden, washed down with bubbly, while viewing the new facility which includes a meeting room available for hire on an hourly basis or for half and full days.

Matt Cooper, of H18, said: “We feel the night was a great success.”

The HotDesking area can be used by signing up for a contract based on the level of usage, from one to five days per week.

For more information or to make a booking call 08454 670079 or e-mail TBS@H18.co.uk


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