Place: BEAM 2015
29 July 2015
BEAM offers a coworking space that supports community projects, start-ups and professionals by nurturing collaboration and development
Looking for a place to work, meet, network – or even relax? Welcome to The BEAM Centre!
Nestled in the heart of a wooded area at Maydown, BEAM is a modern hub with hot-desking, meeting rooms and event space for businesses and third-sector organisations.
If you are currently in the early growth phase, or even if you are looking to take your project to the next level, BEAM gives you access to the essential support you need to succeed!
Don’t just take our word for it, here are some testimonials.
At BEAM, your organisation will have 24-hour access to virtual business services (a virtual office) and the following facilities:
The conference space and parking availability have been a particular advantage when delivering programmes/events for the community, and the feedback is always excellent
BEAM offers a modern, fresh, open-planned office space, run by friendly and professional staff. I would definitely recommend BEAM to grow and develop your business
The flexibility of the BEAM space means that it can be an office sanctuary or a hub of activity. There is ample space to hold events and to have team meetings, and the beautiful, contemporary open-office space encourages camaraderie from colleagues. Fellow Desk Campers are motivating and inspiring
The calm surroundings and open spaces at BEAM give participants on our employability programmes the opportunity to chill out in the hub. One participant commented, ‘it was like a visiting a retreat’
The facilities at BEAM are second to none. I feel very lucky and grateful to work somewhere that is both modern and charming
From the moment we arrived, we were warmly accepted and felt very much at home, enabling us to carry out our business activities. The spacious, open-plan layout enabled us to communicate with each other easily and to address customer needs more effectively
Desk camping here is more than just a desk-sharing scheme – it’s a community for freelancers and start-ups to network and connect with the wider business community. Supportive and inclusive, it’s where knowledge and resources are willingly shared
29 July 2015