Military Coworking Hubs are shared office spaces located on or near military bases.
They are places for non-serving members of the military community to go and work. They exist to foster, champion and support the identities, lives and careers of individuals and to enable a culture of business entrepreneurialism within the military community.
Our vision is to have a Military Coworking Hub in every military base across the UK and overseas so dual-working families can thrive.
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Start a business.
Find new customers.
Broaden your horizons.
Remotely for employers.
Run your own business.
Expand your network.
Make new friends.
Connect with employers.
What are the benefits?
Each hub is connected with local business leaders, organisations and professional networks so you can get help and support with your own career, find a job and get your own network up and running quickly when you move to a new place.
Constant communication and improved understanding between the military and civilian communities will have a hugely positive impact on all areas of our lives. We bring a huge amount of expertise (military spouses have worked with some of the UK’s top brands) and experience with us when we move and we have the ability to greatly enhance the civilian communities we are co-located with.
Provides you with access to our network, regular updates about life in your local military community, professional marketing opportunities, job vacancies in your area, networking and business opportunities, signposting and information, invitations to social events and much more.
(available to any member of the non serving military community)..
Network, support and friendship
Kitchen, tea & coffee facilities
Secure file storage
Printer & telephone
What our members think
Being a member of the hub has provided me with a place to focus for my studies on becoming a yoga instructor as well as a network and social hub to start building my business. Having only recently moved to the area, and begun to be a part of the army community, I would say that the hub has been the most important network and tool for me to get my feet on the ground, finding work and useful contacts in the area. As well as getting me out of the house. I really look forward to spending a day at the hub rather than being continually ‘stuck at home’ or bouncing between coffee shops.
“I became a member in September and initially used the hub as a quiet space to apply for jobs and research business opportunities. As time went on and I spoke with my boss about the facilities at the Hub and he agreed that I could work from the hub 1 or 2 days a week.”
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