New Glasgow Co-working Space Launches Following £600K Refurb

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FLEXIBLE workspace specialist, Wizu Workspace, has expanded its Glasgow offering with the launch of a new co-working space at its West Regent Street location, following a successful 600K refurbishment project. The  workspace, which initially launched in early 2022, has already attracted high-profile clients such as IBM and Nationwide to take up private office space, so the new state-of-the-art co-working and hot desking addition is set to attract even more leading brands and professionals to the area. 

Wizu’s new coworking space offers a dynamic and modern work environment, featuring a mixture of open plan working areas, private booths, vibrant meeting rooms and high seated areas, perfect for professionals looking for a flexible workspace that caters to their diverse needs. 

Located in the thriving business district on West Regent Street, with excellent public transport links, the space boasts modern aesthetics and abundant natural light, providing an inspiring backdrop for work and collaboration. Members can enjoy unlimited specialty coffee and tea, as well as access to an exciting array of free member events and networking opportunities. 

“We are thrilled to bring our unique brand of coworking to Glasgow, offering professionals the opportunity to work in a dynamic and modern environment that is tailored to their needs,” said Tom Almas, CEO of Wizu Workspace. 

He added further: “Our West Regent Street space has already attracted some major brands due to its modern design and central location, including IBM, AND Digital and Nationwide, showcasing the demand for flexible and modern office solutions in Glasgow. The new coworking space offers an additional amenity for both our existing and new members, providing a space that fosters creativity, collaboration and productivity.” 

Memberships are available for individuals, teams, and companies of all sizes, making it the perfect choice for startups, freelancers, and established businesses. 

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