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The Mash Sessions Interview Joanne Barratt MD of TVC

03/06/20

The Mash Sessions: Venues of the Future

Leading psychologists have predicted that working from home will not end anytime soon and the ‘traditional office’ will soon die out. However, with the need to still meet face-to-face, either weekly, fortnightly or monthly, can businesses save money by renting offices at training centres across the UK?

In an interview with Mash Media, Managing Director of The Venues Collection, Joanne Barratt, discusses the rise of this new office trend and what venues of the future can do to support this.

What The Venues Collection can offer

Remote working has become the new norm, yet businesses still need to meet, and people still need to be together at times. Face to face contact will still be important for any business and is a better environment to mind map new ideas, make big decisions and gain customer commitment.

However, in tough times, some businesses can’t afford to keep renting their fixed, long term office contracts or may not need to when working from home is now so accessible. So being able to rent office space once a week, fortnight or for a month can save businesses money by reducing their overheads.

We are adapting our facilities to this new trend. Our training and conference centres across the UK already have great meeting spaces available to rent by the hour, week, fortnight or month at an affordable price.

These rooms are readily available and are totally flexible. We can create a perfect, self-contained office environment which can include a fridge, coffee machines and tea making facilities. This way, you can be completely isolated and use the space as your own personal office.

Our brand DNA is based around hosting residential training and events, but we are adapting to what people need right now which is flexible, non-committal working space.

If you’re looking for office space, please get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.