One week today the Scottish Coworking Network will host a special Open Day for entrepreneurs and start-ups at their Dunfermline Hub.
On Thursday February 20th between 11am and 2pm the Network will welcome fledgling businesses and freelancers to their modern coworking hub, located in the award-winning Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries.
Offering a mix of Fixed and Hot Desk spaces the SCN Dunfermline Hub has everything the modern professional needs – including a breakout area, meeting facilities and bookable library meeting rooms.
Prices at the Hub start at £35 per month plus VAT for a Hot Desk and £50 per month plus VAT for a Fixed Desk. Members enjoy unlimited access to the Hub within library hours too.
On the day, representatives from Business Gateway and the Federation of Small Businesses amongst others will also be on hand to offer advice on starting a business. For anyone looking for professional desk space in the heart of the town the SCN Dunfermline Hub offers the perfect solution.
Lindsey Henderson, Head of Programme at the Scottish Library and Information Council, explained: “The Scottish Coworking Network Dunfermline Hub is ideally placed for fledgling businesses, being located in the heart of the town’s Heritage Quarter.
“Flexible and affordable, it’s ideal for those starting out who want professional desk space without any long-term commitments. Members enjoy all the benefits of working in a modern coworking hub as well as easy access to other services the library can provide. It’s also possible for them to access the other four SCN Hubs in Edinburgh, Dundee, Troon and Inverness – perfect if you are out and about on business.”
Membership of the Scottish Coworking Network is on a monthly rolling basis, making it the ideal choice for entrepreneurs and start-ups. Hub members can also access other SCN Hubs throughout the country free of charge by booking a place in advance.
*ARE you an entrepreneur or business start up in Fife? Then come along next Thursday between 11am, and 2pm to the Dunfermline Carnegie Library and Galleries to find out more. You can also visit the SCN website.