The London-based remote working business, WorkClub, have received their full amount of investment just 4 days after launching on Crowdcube. WorkClub’s campaign, which launched on an evidently lucky Friday 13th September, has surpassed the £250,000 goal required to release equity and will now move into the overfunding phase.
The campaign proved to be extremely popular with the seasoned investors of the Crowdcube community, who resoundingly bought into WorkClub’s remote working proposition. Current WorkClub members also rallied behind the crowdfunding initiative, feeling compelled to get involved on a smaller scale and own a piece of their club.
Across the UK, hundreds of commercial venues sit empty throughout large portions of the day. Meanwhile, thousands of remote and flexible workers need a comfortable and professional place to work and meet. WorkClub transforms these under-utilised venues into thriving co-working spaces, boosting profits for venue managers, and providing amazing workspaces for remote working members.
There are currently an estimated 4.2 million remote workers in the UK and this number is only set to rise as more employers are taking note of the positive effect that flexible terms can have on their workforce. However, this swell in demand needs to be managed in a sustainable and affordable fashion.
“We are revolutionising the way people work by offering one of the most affordable and flexible memberships on the market for our remote working members and businesses.” stated Nick Donnelly, WorkClub Founder and CEO. “Hitting our funding target in less than 4 days is a big statement and we’re excited to now roll out our offering nationally, and beyond.”
If you are interested in finding out more about WorkClub and their successful campaign on Crowdcube, please visit: https://www.crowdcube.com/workclub/
"Hitting our funding target in less than 4 days is a big statement and were excited to now roll out our offering nationally, and beyond."
Nick Donnelly, WorkClub Founder and CEO
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