Co-working spaces are cost-effective offices, ideal for new businesses or freelancers looking to separate their home and work life. Though it can be difficult to tear yourself away from Netflix on a Monday morning, here are eight great co-working spaces in Birmingham that will allow you to be more productive, network and meet like-minded individuals!
Located in Digbeth, the city’s creative quarter, is Impact Hub. Another place to mingle and meet like-minded creatives in Birmingham, this versatile space is perfect for all types of individuals and startups. With this place having various packages on offer and being just a short stroll from the city centre, you’d be mad not to give it a try.
Impact Hub, Walker Bldg, 58, Oxford St, Birmingham, UK, +44 121 318 1101
Situated on Victoria Square, Regus is another of Birmingham’s most centrally located co-working hubs. Home to a number of international businesses, here you’re able to work in their hotdesking areas or even rent a fully furnished office. Regus also operates offices in and around Birmingham.
Regus, 1 Victoria Square, Birmingham, UK, +44 121 616 1000
One of the newest co-working spaces in the city, Alpha Works offers offices with a view. Set across a few floors high up in the city’s legendary Alpha Tower, this 24/7 space near The Mailbox provides plenty of options to suit all needs. Whether you’re a freelancer, startup business or have a team, there are hotdesking areas, private offices and meeting rooms to cater for all needs. Oh, there is free tea and coffee too!
Alpha Works, Alpha Tower, Suffolk Street Queensway, Birmingham, UK, +44 121 516 4270
Voted the best place to live in the UK by The Sunday Times, Moseley is definitely somewhere worthy of calling your working home. The Moseley Exchange was the very first co-working space in Birmingham and offers a professional environment from the distractions of home. Moseley is easily accessible from the city centre and has plenty of bars and restaurants for when work is over for the day.
The Moseley Exchange, 149-153 Alcester Rd, Birmingham, UK, +44 121 449 8585
Part of Birmingham City University’s central campus, Innovation Birmingham prides themselves on being a part of the region’s leading digital campus. These bright, spacious and colourful co-working spaces should complement the creative side in you.
Innovation Birmingham, Holt St, Birmingham, UK, +44 121 250 3500
The Transfer, in Balsall Heath near Moseley, is one of the city’s most eco-friendly and sustainable co-working spaces. Also one of the most affordable co-working spaces to use in Birmingham, this community open office is hot on wellbeing and even has a garden where you can pick salad to go with your lunch!
The Transfer, 506 Moseley Rd, Birmingham, UK, +44 7410 442334
Landmark is one of the leading co-working spaces in the UK. Armed with over 20 locations – with two in Birmingham – Landmark models themselves on offering business-class experiences with their stylish, comfortable and surprisingly affordable areas to work in. Oh, and you’re right in the midst of Brindleyplace, home to some of the city’s most sought-after bars and restaurants.
Landmark, 3 Brindley Pl, Birmingham, UK, +44 20 3440 5000
Last but not least is The Custard Factory – well known in these parts as Birmingham’s creative hub. Here you’ll find office spaces by some of the most innovative and influential companies both locally and internationally, as well as an on-site cinema, adult crazy golf, cafés, shops and so much more. You could say that you’d never want to leave!
The Custard Factory, Gibb St, Birmingham, UK, +44 121 224 7777