Once the Empress Brewery, the Empress business centre in Manchester has been transformed into a modern business environment providing offices, a co-working space, meeting rooms, workshops, storage units and a mailbox service. The collaborative open-plan workspace also offers 24/7 hour access with inclusive amenities, a dedicated on-site team for management and free parking space for the members. Providing great transport link to Manchester City Centre and Salford Quays, the location is perfect for commuting.
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Manchester is a great place to grow your business. It's fast-moving, vibrant and often considered the second most influential city in the UK after London. It has a growing economy and attracts a range of different businesses, from global corporates to start-ups and creative businesses. The city is particularly popular with media companies, partly due to Media City providing a 200-acre development home to large media companies such as ITV and BBC North, as well as more than 250 smaller media and digital businesses.
Manchester has several different prime areas for businesses; The City Centre, Nothern Quarter, Spinningfields, Oxford Road, Media City and Salford Quays. It is extremely well connected, with the tram network providing easy access across the city and the train station and airport providing quick links both nationally and internationally.
Whether you are a one-person start-up or a global business, Workthere can help you find your perfect space for free.
We were looking for a private 6-person office in Belfast that was available 24/7. Workthere initially put together a proposal with plenty of options, which swiftly followed with a tour from Kim around several office spaces. We then signed a 12 month lease for one of the spaces the next day! It was a very professional and efficient service. Would recommend it to anyone else & it's completely free!