We launched our first issue of HomeWork in early 2016, providing a print magazine for New and Growing Companies (“NGCs”) in London. The magazine is available in all Workspace business centres and online and we’re delighted to say that it was well received and enjoyed an active and engaging readership.

The reason for launching an in-house magazine was to try and explain what it’s like to work as a small business, entrepreneur or freelancer in London and to discuss some of the burning issues that affect New and Growing Companies based in the capital.

Why not take a look? Simply click below to read the full version of the second issue of HomeWork.

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Our focus is ensuring that there’s something for everyone who picks up a copy of HomeWork. We’re confident you’ll be able to find an interview, an industry tip or topic that’s directly relevant to you as a business professional in London.

We’ve just launched our second edition of HomeWork in print and online, focusing heavily on connectivity for NGCs in both the digital and social sense. We have advice on building a robust business network from Tim Campbell OBE and LinkedIn’s Head of Sales, Ashraf Kamel, among others, plus the low-down on some great apps and websites that will make it easier to make those all-important business connections.

On the technology front, we outline the drive to transform London into a world-class digital “mega hub”, and explain how best to protect your business from cyber-crime. There’s also our Start Me Up section, crammed with advice for entrepreneurs, from entrepreneurs.

Where else can I read it?

There is a print version of HomeWork available in all Workspace business centres. You’ll find them located in all social and communal areas of the buildings giving you the perfect excuse to spend a lunch break catching up on your HomeWork!

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