THINQTANQ will be hosting a festival of activities to celebrate “Re-Invent Work” Week 27 September – 3 October. Home-based workers are invited to come work for free that week at the coworking space in Plymouth’s City Centre across from the Magistrates Court. The creative, open plan coworking office space provides the chance for people who work on their own to experience the benefits that come from working alongside other talented people in the same space. Sabrina Simpson who manages the daily operations says, “We are inviting people to come learn about the benefits to personal productivity and the opportunity to meet other like-minded entrepreneurs and freelancers on a similar journey.”
Special events during Re-Invent Work week include lunchtime talks and workshops by business coaches, a talk focused on the needs of creative professionals by the Plymouth Patent Library office, an evening ‘Hootup’ event for people who use or are interested in using the Hootsuite social media tool, a morning business networking event, and a social evening event. Ms. Simpson advised “We will be offering very special deals on our monthly membership packages for those who attend that week, so we encourage those who have been thinking about working at THINQTANQ to come visit that week.” More information about the event schedule can be found here from next week: http://thinqtanq.spaces.nexudus.com/en.
THINQTANQ is a new way to work that provides an ongoing community to support the success of Plymouth’s enterprising self-employed workforce. One of THINQTANQ’s founding members, Hanni Melnicenko of The Superwoman Project (www.thesuperwomanproject.co.uk) said after her second day working at the new space, “This was one of my most prouctive days EVER and I couldn’t stop when I got home either! Done about a weeks worth of work I reckon!” Besides providing a productive work environment for our members, THINQTANQ also have meeting room space for ongoing training events, which their members and outside organizations can use.