If you work for a Start-Up and often find yourself in the big city, did you know you can apply to Google to use their free co-working workspace in London. Google has multiple offices in London but has fitted out the ground floor of its Shoreditch (Google Campus) offices specifically to help the next generation of developers, CSM’s, UX Designers, entrepreneurs and start-ups.
London – Google Campus, Shoreditch
Google Campus as its formally known is located on Bonhill Street, London. You can apply for Free membership of Google Campus here. Once accepted you will be provided with an ID card to be able to access the Campus. The campus has a multitude of different workspaces, for individual work or group work. It has quiet areas and booth’s as well as an outside private courtyard. As you would expect there are plenty of plug points and strong wifi in all areas. There is even a private coffee shop which sells coffee’s, food and even a small selection of alcoholic beverages for those hard days.
Education and Learning
As well as Google Campus being a great place to work from, there are many talks and discussions arranged by Google for its members. These might be Google experts talking about their products or fellow developers, Customer Success Managers and UX experts.
Recent talks have included ‘Pitch Lunch’, ‘Reach More Users WIth Google Display Network’ and ‘Reimagining Cloud’. View Calendar.
Google Campus Worldwide
As a Google Campus member I often use the London Campus. However, Google has currently set up a Google Campus in six other cities worldwide. These are: Madrid, São Paulo, Seoul, Tel Aviv, Tokyo and Warsaw.
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