The UK trend for flexible workplaces is on the rise. Now, wi-fi and coworking spaces arrive at festivals.
Bruntwood is one of the most innovative UK providers of flexible workspaces. So, they will provide wi-fi and coworking spaces at Cheshire’s iconic Jodrell Bank Observatory festival.
This year, the festival runs from 21st-24th July. The lineup features music arts, science, and comedy, including Bjork, Mogwai, Groove Armada, and more.
In short, the partnership with Bruntwood includes:
- Coworking space
- Ultrafast wi-fi
- Charging points
- Work stations
- Chillout area with street food
- Premium toilets
Bruntwood marketing director, Nicola McGee, said: “This partnership with bluedot is extremely important to us, because by nurturing a cultural scene that encourages curious minds, it aligns with our purpose of supporting communities and helping our regions and cities to thrive. And Bruntwood has a long-standing love of science, arts and music so we’re delighted to be partnering with bluedot again this year.”
They provide wi-fi and coworking spaces at festivals. And the company specializes in flexible workplaces with over £1.4bn in assets and 100 properties across Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool, and Birmingham. So, Bruntwood promotes alternative ways to combine work and leisure, from coworking to meeting rooms to leased offices.
The coworking space trend is taking over festivals and leisure events. As flexible work arrangements are increasing, please change their holiday style, including options to combine work and leisure.