Headspace launches first event venue in Farringdon

Headspace, the company known for its design-led, flexible working spaces for businesses, has launched its first event venue in Farringdon.

The Farringdon venue
The Farringdon venue

The 93sqm venue at 9-21 Hatton Garden boasts the latest AV and lighting system, a dedicated bar, private access, and its own kitchen facilities. It holds up to 90 people standing.

Headspace hopes it will attract a wealth of events from product launches and drinks receptions, to teambuilding days and exhibitions.

"Creating a desirable space for those who value good design has always been central to our ethos. To date we’ve focused on flexible working space, but now we want to take the same approach and apply it to event space," said Jonathan Rosenblatt, managing director of Headspace Group.

"The event space industry seems to be split between very corporate space and extremely raw, industrial warehouse space. We’ve created a space that strikes a balance, appealing to young and driven businesses who want a cool space but in a professional environment," he commented.

"We understand how to bring the best out of spaces and have done that with offices and meeting rooms to date. We’ve now transferred that knowledge to creating a great event space at really competitive prices."

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