Everything you need to know about coworking at TechHub

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by Julia Watts

Updated: Nov 27, 2018 Published: Nov 27, 2018

A global provider of coworking spaces, TechHub is hugely popular among techie entrepreneurs and businesses – but is it right for you?

Answering your burning questions about working among the TechHub community, we bring you a detailed guide to TechHub’s UK spaces – from prices and membership plans to the benefits you’ll get out of it and the facilities available.

In this review, we’ll answer the following questions:


What is TechHub?

With locations in Riga, Bucharest and Bangalore as well as Swansea and London, coworking space provider TechHub calls itself a “global community for tech entrepreneurs”.

Launched in 2010, TechHub is now home to over 750 companies worldwide. Its spaces are lively, modern and colourful (table football and pool table included).

You’ll find a strong focus on community in these diverse, inclusive and collaborative spaces, as members are encouraged to build productive relationships with peers and help one another solve problems.


Who is TechHub for?

As the name would suggest, TechHub offers spaces exclusively to entrepreneurs, start-ups and scale-ups who operate in the tech products sector.

In terms of business size, TechHub welcomes a variety, ranging from teams of just one founder to teams of 100 employees.


If you’d like additional help in finding a suitable coworking space for you, try filling in the form at the top of this page.

In return, you’ll receive quotes and offers from the coworking spaces that can best respond to your business’ needs.


The benefits of a TechHub membership

Alongside the traditional perks of being based in a coworking space – flexible lease terms and free coffee, anyone? – a TechHub membership also comes with benefits specifically to help your business grow and succeed. These include…

The TechHub Programme

Each TechHub location runs a programme of over 200 free events per year, each designed to support its members in getting through challenges and reaching for targets.

These events include:

  • Practical workshops
  • Talks from experts both in and outside the TechHub community
  • Q&A sessions
  • Introductions to investors and suppliers
  • Demo days for your product and opportunities to gain feedback
  • Sessions in which to collaborate with fellow members

Covering a range of crucial topics – including funding, talent, revenue, product development, networking, marketing and more – each location’s programme is tailored specifically to the community of businesses who reside there.

Exposure

Alongside running its programme, TechHub has been known to help its members gain public exposure.

Businesses who are based in a TechHub space are often featured on its social media channels, which reach a collective audience of tens of thousands. The provider has also secured international press coverage for some of its members.

Access to a global network

Importantly, full-time TechHub members not only gain 24-seven access to their chosen TechHub location, but they’re also permitted to drop in to any of TechHub’s spaces across the globe.

Of course, this is a handy perk if you happen to be travelling to Riga, Bucharest or Bangalore, and could do with a place to get to work for a day or two. But beyond just convenience, this benefit also provides a means by which to explore export opportunities for your business.

Fancy investigating the potential of expanding into continental Europe? Use TechHub Riga or TechHub Bucharest as a base from which to get to know the local area, and learn about the local business scene from members at the space.



TechHub’s UK locations

TechHub London

Address: 20 Ropemaker Street, London, EC2Y 9AR

Nearest transport links: Moorgate tube and rail stations, Liverpool Street tube and rail stations

Opening hours: 24-seven

Amenities at this site:

High-speed internet Printing facilities Meeting rooms
Breakout spaces A stocked kitchen Table football

TechHub Swansea

Address: 221 High Street, Swansea, SA1 1NW

Nearest transport links: Swansea rail station

Opening hours: 24-seven

Amenities at this site:

High-speed internet Printing facilities Meeting rooms
Breakout spaces A cafe A stocked kitchen A pool table

TechHub’s membership plans and prices

TechHub London

Package Price Details
Flex (drop-in) £600 (plus VAT) per year This plan gives part-time hot desking access between 9am and 8pm, Monday to Friday.
Resident £360 to £399 (plus VAT) per month This membership enables full-time, 24-seven access to your own dedicated desk in TechHub London’s coworking area.
Team Office Starts at £1,800 (plus VAT) per month For teams of four to more than 20, this package gives you a private office. Prices vary depending on the size of the office you choose.

TechHub Swansea

Package Price Details
Session (drop-in) £12 (plus VAT) per day This plan enables you to make an ad-hoc payment of £12 in order to drop in to the space for the day. It’s ideal if you don’t need regular access to a coworking space, but would like to pop in now and then.
Flexi (drop-in) £50 (plus VAT) per month This package enables you to hot desk at the space for up to 20 hours per week.
Resident £220 (plus VAT) per month This membership enables full-time, 24-seven access to your own dedicated desk in TechHub Swansea’s open plan coworking area.
Team Starts at £7 (plus VAT) per square foot With this membership, you’ll get your own private, lockable office for you and your team.

How can I join TechHub?

To join TechHub, visit apply.techhub.com. After selecting your favoured location, choose your price plan and fill in the application form that appears.

Alternatively, if you’d rather speak to a member of the TechHub team beforehand, you can email membership@techhub.com with any queries.


What’s next?

If you’re still unsure whether TechHub is the right coworking space for you and your business, try taking a look at our other detailed reviews of popular coworking spaces:

If you’re looking specifically in London, you can also visit our page on the best coworking spaces in the capital. If you’re on a budget, try coworking spaces in London for £100 or less.

Alternatively, for help with finding the best coworking space for you, try filling in the form at the top of this page to receive quotes and offers from coworking spaces that fit your business’ needs well.





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