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Flexible offices heading for Cheltenham

Flexible serviced offices will be opening in Cheltenham before the end of the year.

Provider Clockwise already owns and manages offices and meeting spaces in Liverpool, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Belfast, and is set for a post-Covid expansion across the UK over the coming months.

Clockwise says employers are looking for professional spaces closer to home where colleagues can come together.

Alexandra Brunner, Clockwise COO, said: "As all businesses look not only to survive, but thrive, in the 'new normal', the measure of our success will be how well we can anticipate and accommodate members' needs before they themselves even recognise them. In doing so, we will provide much-needed support, now, when it matters most, and in years to come, for the businesses that are the lifeblood of the UK and European economies.

"Innovation and enterprise is not limited to central London. Our real estate strategy reflects this and Clockwise is well placed to provide regional SMEs with premium workspace and the support they need to grow their businesses. This approach has more relevance in the current Covid-19 climate, as flexible working and working closer to home become commonplace. As we look to the future and a post-pandemic workplace, we are expecting behaviours and requirements to continue evolving in this way."

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