Hope Park Workspaces Opens in Salford
Last week Flexible Space Association Member Hope Park Workspaces celebrated opening new premises in Salford, with a launch event.
Located in Salford Quays to the west of Manchester City, Hope Park Workspaces Quays Reach benefits from its proximity to Langworthy Metrolink Station all the amenities in MediaCity. It is the company’s third location, with two in Bradford.
The Flexible Space Association was represented at the launch event by Andrew Butterworth, Vice-Chairman of our Board and Chief Commercial Officer at Bruntwood. He is pictured with Michelle Johnson, Managing Director of Hope Park Workspaces.
Hope Park Workspaces has a long standing partnership with the charity Transforming Lives for Good.
Daniel Bullen, Sales and New Business Manager at Hope Park Workspaces, said: “Business is more than just number crunching. It’s about doing something significant, something that matters and something that leaves a mark on the world. That’s why Hope Park operates as a social enterprise in partnership with the national charity, TLG Transforming Lives for Good. All profit goes back into investing in the future of struggling children across the UK. We’re not looking to cram our own pockets but sow deep into young lives. By sharing our space, you can too.”
Hope Park Workspaces Quays Reach caters for teams from 40 to 160, with a mix of open plan and cellular offices, with breakout spaces.
24 October 2023
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