The Pub Working Story
We were consulting to a company with a very full office space. This meant that the meeting rooms were at an absolute premium and, inevitably, unavailable when required. After going through the laborious task of trying to find somewhere to have meetings, realising that coffee chains didn’t provide sufficient privacy or peace and quiet; we stumbled across a pub that was prepared to allow us to use a private dining room. We had space for our meeting and they had a use for an underutilised area, along with an extra market for coffee and nibbles. This was the start of Pub Working.
Pubs and Restaurants
Do you have space that is not being used all the time? Space that is likely incurring costs, but could actually generate revenue? Is marketing your available space rather limited?
I have space to
I need space to
Pubs and restaurants have spaces. Spaces that are often unused during business hours. A private dining room, a separate floor or bar, a quite area, or an event space.
Put your space to work during office hours
People and businesses need space to work all the time. They frequently lack available or appropriate space themselves…
- A quiet space to work from home when home isn’t conducive or comfortable for working;
- A convenient private room for when your office meeting rooms are all full;
- An accessible private space to conduct an interview;
- A quiet hot-desk to sit down and work when traveling around;
- A large function room with a screen to present a new product to a number of customers;
- A flexible space for a start-up business before getting their own office (where drinks and food is readily available)…
Why not work at the pub or restaurant around the corner?
- A private dining room for a meeting or interview;
- A separate floor as a flexible office;
- A function room for presenting your new product;
- Or even a quiet area to “work from home”.
Pubs and restaurants have the flexible space you and your business needs.
This is Pub Working