Bristol appeals to Millennial and Gen Z employees because it is a vibrant city with much to do and a safe environment to establish a young family. It’s also a terrific place to find innovative co-working spaces — check out these five for some ideas.
The Mild Bunch has been in existence since 2010. It’s a brightly lighted place with a more community vibe, as well as member discounts at nearby cafés, bars, and restaurants. It also features a panini press.
It’s a tight-knit group of 13 regulars, but they’re always keen on meeting new people – or sharing a cup of coffee on the roof terrace.
For a full-time desk, you’ll pay £225 a month at a fixed rate. Extra payment is anticipated for shared products such as tea, coffee, milk, and toilet paper.
15-17 Backfields Lane, Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS2 QB.
Pollen Place’s vibrant atmosphere is excellent for creative freelancers and small enterprises.
Use the professional photographic studio and green screen capabilities, as well as a versatile and changeable conference space for any job you need to get done. The mail is delivered, signed for, and then processed. Take advantage of complimentary tea, coffee, milk, and fruit, as well as complimentary beer on Fridays, for the all-important bonuses. Poco Tapas Bar is offering a 20% discount on small dishes.
Participate in networking events, creative workshops, dinner clubs, and speeches at night.
Fixed desks are £195 per month; meeting rooms are £20 per hour or £150 per day. On weekends and nights, they charge £30 per hour.
A private picture studio costs £20 per hour or £150 per day, with green screen and lighting rentals costing £10 each.
Features: The colourful Pollen Place is an ideal spot for creative freelancers and small businesses.
Do whatever work you need to do using the professional photography studio and green screen facilities as well as a flexible and configurable meeting room. Post is received, signed for and processed. And for the all-important perks, take advantage of free tea, coffee, milk and fruit with free beer on Fridays. If small plates are more your thing, get 20pc off at Poco Tapas Bar.
By night, partake in networking, creative workshops, supper clubs and talks.
Price: £195 a month for fixed desk; Meeting rooms are £20 per hour or £150 per day. They’re £30 an hour on evenings and weekends.
A private photo studio is £20 an hour or £150 a day; green screen hire and lighting hire are both £10 a day.
111 Gloucester Road in Bristol, BS7 8AT.
Raw Space is dog-friendly and offers 24-hour access, unlimited tea and coffee, a roof garden, and a community manager, as well as a free parking lot.
Price: There are four stages of costing. They’re all on a 30-day rolling contract, and you may utilize them to hold events in the space.
Bronze: £59 per month on a calendar basis. 30 hours of access per month, 5 hours of meeting room use, and 20 pages of printing
Silver: £99 per month on a calendar basis. 60 hours a month of access, 10 hours of conference room use, and 30 pages of printing
£199 per calendar month for gold. Unlimited access, 15 hours in the conference room, and 50 printed pages
£299 per month for Diamond. 100 sheets of printing, unlimited access, 20 hours of meeting room usage
Raw Space provides a 7-day free trial, so you may check it out before deciding on a co-working space.
6 York Court, Wilder Street, Bristol, BS2 8QH
Illustrators, photographers, product designers, painters, and party planners already use the area.
Redbrick features a lot of food and drink perks. Unlimited artisan coffee and tea and fresh fruit are on the menu, as are weekly coffee and cake socials, monthly brunches, and pub visits. The fun doesn’t have to end there; participate in member-only social and networking events.
Get day passes for coworkers and customers, as well as a discount on meeting spaces that may be reserved.
Get a piece of the studio action as well. Free daily printing and a huge painting sink are available in the single cubicles to twin shared studios. For your correspondence and meetings, use Redbrick House as your company address.
The cost of coworking membership is divided into three categories.
£60 per month for 30 hours of work
£100 per month for 60 hours of work
For £140 each month, you may use it as much as you like.
Day passes for members cost £15 a day (free day passes are available for a trial).
A fixed workstation costs £175 per month, not including membership. Single studio spaces (5m squared) cost £200 per month, while twin studio spaces (9m squared) cost £360 per month.
40 Berkeley Square, Bristol, BS8 1HP
Origin Workspace membership includes unlimited tea and coffee and access to the Origin Workspace member site and a connect card. Get your sweat on in the on-site gym and fitness courses, then relax on the roof terrace with a post-workout beverage.
Price: There are four tiers of membership this time.
Membership at the lounge starts at £90 per month. You won’t be shocked to learn that this membership includes ten days of monthly access to the members’ lounge.
From £195 per month for a hot desk (one month free for a limited time). With ten days of building access per month, has access to hot workstations in the co-working area.
Dedicated desks start at £368 per month (one month free). This membership includes a dedicated desk in a co-working area, secure storage, and unrestricted access to the whole building.
Cellular office space starts at £468 per month. Cellular offers dedicated safe office space, unrestricted building access, reception and mail handling services, and Origin Gym membership that covers all courses. You may be confident that you have full access to all Origin Membership benefits. It’s the perfect bundle for groups of 1 to 16 individuals.
Extras such as storage lockers, gym membership, and guest passes may be added to less expensive packages.
Consider the Origin Startup bundle if you’re more serious about your workplace. There is a £2,000 quarterly commitment charge for the 12-month package. However, there are bursaries available. A facilitator is included in the box, as well as some assistance with building your business strategy, a weekly session with a business mentor, and a dedicated workstation for everyone in your company.