Having an in-house magazine allows us to explore what it’s like to work as a small business, entrepreneur or freelancer in London and discuss some of the most pressing issues that affect the up and coming companies based in the capital.
We launched the first issue of homeWORK in early 2016, providing a print magazine for companies based in and across London. Available in all Workspace business centres and online, we’re delighted to say that it was well received and enjoys an active and engaging readership.
Why not take a look? Simply click below to read the full version of the eighth issue of HomeWork.
Workspace's eighth edition of homeWORK magazine delves into businesses' relationship with money, exploring the shake up in the banking world and key SME funding options.
Read stories about why the capital is the world's most digital-ready city; how fintechs are thriving; and why London is still the global heart of finance.
Our cover star Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones (pictured) - better known as The Black Farmer - shares a rags-to-riches story involving his gluten free food brand (which now has an office at Parkhall Business Centre).
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.
There’s also an article dedicated to the latest books that have inspired some of London’s most ambitious entrepreneurs – so you’ve plenty to read and discover.
Where else can I read it?
A print version of homeWORK is 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!
Featured articles from homeWORK Issue 7