Here you can explore our meeting spaces in London. For locals and international travellers alike, London is an attractive and buzzing business city. Not only can our spaces be hired by the hour or by the day, you can also rely on our spaces to have the latest gadgets, fastest Wi-Fi, freshest coffee - and even gourmet catering if required. Spacebase brings together inspiring spaces, expert advice and professional services for whatever the work occasion.
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The British capital is an epicentre of cultural diversity, which has made the city a popular destination for a variety of festivals and international events. London is home to renowned institutions like the British Museum, Tate Modern art gallery and the British Library - the largest library in the world by catalogued items. Alongside these, London’s rich cosmopolitan history has produced a unique cultural mix. Notting Hill Carnival is a celebration of the city’s Caribbean communities and one of the biggest street parties in Europe, pulling in visitors from across the globe every year.
London is home to big names from across the finance and technology sectors, with companies like Barclays, Deutsche Bank, Oracle, and Intel choosing the skyscrapers at Canary Wharf for their offices. The area also hosts numerous technology events and conferences, including London Tech Week in June.
The part of east London nicknamed ‘Silicon Roundabout’ is also an established European hub for startups, where entrepreneurs and innovators gather to join the dynamic energy of the city. The Trampery on Old Street extends the Shoreditch startup scene into the neighbouring Hoxton area. The venue offers three meeting rooms for rent, a large library that can be used for workshops, and a ballroom that is ideal for team events.
Excellent domestic and international transport links make it a convenient destination to hold corporate events and conferences. More than 200,000 people arrive or depart from London Heathrow every day, making it the world’s second busiest airport by international passenger traffic. Along with five other international airports, it contributes to London’s status as a global centre for business and tourism.
London’s creative industries have a long history of being at the cutting edge, which means there are always inspiring new event spaces, galleries and creative workspaces opening up. The Borough of Hackney, for example, is awash with talent and creativity. Here, converted warehouses or other industrial spaces are used by artists, photographers, and entrepreneurs to bring to life their newest ideas.
Waves of newcomers arrive every year to study architecture, fine art, and fashion at the city’s many prestigious schools, while international events showcase global talent. The British Fashion Council hosts London Fashion Week, one of the international fashion industry’s ‘Big Four’ events, twice per year in February and September. London’s buzzing art scene also has an array of dazzling openings and events throughout the year, from London Art Week to the Turner Prize.
Another standout on the creative calendar is the London Design Festival in September. The festival’s official Clerkenwell Design District in Islington is an ideal area to discover the latest meeting rooms and workshop spaces for rent. The Fora - Dallington Street is a multi-purpose venue for hire, with a large sixth-floor terrace that offers incredible views over the City of London - just a short distance from the Barbican, Old Street, and Angel underground stations.
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