FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
• The Clubhouse pioneers flexible working with differentiated design and central locations for seasoned entrepreneurs, growing SMEs and larger corporates
• Home to 375 growing companies – but fewer start-ups: 70% have already been trading for more than 2 years
• Locations in Mayfair, St James’s and a third Clubhouse opening in Angel Court, Bank on Monday 23rd October
A survey recently conducted by The Clubhouse, London’s leading business club and meeting space, reveals that a whopping 60% of their members are above the age of 40. The findings signify that seasoned and more experienced entrepreneurs are taking a leaf out of the millennial generation’s book by opting for co-working and flexible meeting solutions.
The Clubhouse founder & CEO, Adam Blaskey, a former UBS banker and property developer comments: “The perception is that co-working spaces are just for boot-strapping, start-up entrepreneurs in their twenties. At The Clubhouse, our members are very different – they are not first time entrepreneurs but those leading growing SMEs and larger corporates who are now realising they can also work flexibly and in a more cost effective way. Furthermore, their employees are becoming increasingly demanding when it comes to the location, design and environment of their workspaces”.
With its premium interior design and prime locations, The Clubhouse differs from bare-bone co-working spaces often in fringe locations. Instead, it aims to fill a gap in the market between working from co-working spaces and serviced offices on the one hand and meeting in traditional members clubs, hotel lobbies or coffee shops on the other. The opulent, open-plan meeting areas are designed to impress clients, investors and partners, while fostering a professional and productive work environment. This differentiated and innovative solution has attracted large corporations including KPMG, Grosvenor, BP, Morgan Stanley, Samsung and Tesla whilst simultaneously appealing to funky start-ups such as Airportr, Gustare Honey, The New Craftsmen and JetSmarter.
Fuelled by the demand from this mature C-suite demographic, The Clubhouse is gaining momentum rapidly. Having recently secured £3.5m of funding from BOOST&Co, valuing the five-year-old company at an impressive £12.5m, The Clubhouse will open two new sites in the City, the first of which will be opening in Angel Court, Bank on Monday 23rd October. Boasting uninterrupted 360-degree views of the City skyline, The Clubhouse, Bank offers members access to a private roof terrace as well as an enviable roof garden for outdoor meetings and events. The Clubhouse, Bank will be followed by a fourth Clubhouse in Q1 2018.
“With two Clubhouses in Mayfair and St James’s and driven by the needs of our members, we are very excited about our expansion to the City. Our members span start-ups, early stage businesses and growing SMEs through to well-known blue-chip names, all of whom need a flexible and more agile meeting space solution. The Clubhouse is at the forefront of a structural shift in the way that businesses are now looking to ‘consume’ office space as a service. Now they have a superbly located base in Bank, in addition to our locations in Mayfair and St James’s.”
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For further information, interviews, images and tours of The Clubhouse or for member testimonials please contact:
Amneet Bains, Marketing Manager – firstname.lastname@example.org, 020 3475 6707
About The Clubhouse:
The Clubhouse is London’s leading business members club and meeting space providing a network of innovative, design led flexible meeting and workspaces in central London created around the needs of both fast-growing SMEs and large corporates who are looking for a smarter, more flexible alternative to a London office or a better way to do business.
Founded by Adam Blaskey in 2012 following years of meeting clients in coffee shops and hotel lobbies, The Clubhouse is now home to some 375 businesses of all shapes and sizes and 950 individual members. Its members span start-ups, early stage businesses and growing SMEs through to well-known blue-chip names, all of whom need a flexible, more agile meeting space solution.
The Clubhouse was founded in 2012 by Adam Blaskey who was frustrated with meeting important clients in uninspiring, unproductive places around London. This ignited the idea to create a better way to do business and to fill the gap between a serviced office and meeting in hotel lobbies or coffee shops.
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