Taking advantage of co-working is Michelle Ring, of Abtech.

Growing West Norfolk businesses are being offered a chance to branch out through an initiative launched by Your Business Networks.

The King’s Lynn based networks has new co-working space at its Tuesday Market Place business centre for start-up businesses, entrepreneurs, home workers and smaller local companies who want to be in the town centre.

Co-working allows people to  focus on working in an office environment rather than being at home. Workers can also benefit from having other businesses in the same building and being able to use on-site meeting rooms, training and conferencing facilities and a business lounge.

Matt Cooper, of Yours Business Networks, said: “We’re delighted to be able to offer affordable office space to growing businesses in West Norfolk. We have superb offices to let and first-class meeting rooms to hire in a terrific town-centre location and it’s exciting to be able to complement that by answering the demand for new trends in the workplace.”

Co-worker, Michelle Ring, sales director of Abtech Industries, said: “I am much more productive, can focus more and find that I can get more into my working day.

“It’s such a bonus too, to be able to meet my clients in impressive meeting rooms and network with the other businesses in the building.”

Another co-worker, Charlotte Niemiec, editor of Speciality Chemicals magazine, said: “It’s great to have other people to talk to and bounce ideas off, plus the professional focus and the inspiring networks I have now means I get more done and have a better quality of work life.”

For cost details call 01553 611120.

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