Windermere Works offers a great range of accommodation meeting the diverse needs of modern business from Hot Desking, shared Jelly Space to dedicated office space.
If you are looking for a place to meet they offer the Meeting Place with break out area.
If considering the opportunity that might be provided by moving your home base to a business address why not try Hot Desking, a great place to network with other small but vibrant businesses.
If needing dedicated space for a number staff, but not yet ready to take on a lease, have a look at the flexible Jelly Space – a dedicated area within an open office environment offered on easy in/easy out terms.
If you would like four walls and a door that locks at night take a look at the various office suites currently available. Individual fully serviced office space for between 1 and 8 staff available now.
If a self-contained large studio suite might be more your thing they currently have one of those as well.
Finally if you are just looking to do a mornings work whilst visiting the Lake District on holiday or business they can assist with that as well.
At Lets Talk Shop we are pleased to be managing the Windermere Works facility so if we can help Windermere Works, work for you just give Bill a call on 07766 208082 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more by visiting the Windermere Works website by clicking here.
Download their digital brochure : WW Digital Brochure
Windermere Business Centre has been providing managed office space in the heart of Windermere for almost 20 years in addition to a variety of other business ventures.
Following recent developments in the management of this family owned business a major programme of investment is now underway. Ground floor space is being transformed to create a new reception area, a break out/business lounge, meeting space, hot desk provision and three separate areas of bespoke office accommodation providing 660, 720 and over 1000sq ft of modern managed office space.
Once home of Atkinsons Cake Factory, and dating back to the early 1900’s, some of the industrial heritage of the building is being recaptured in the refurbishment which, once completed, will enable a wider cross section of local business needs to be accommodated than has previously been possible.
Having been associated with the Business Centre for over a decade, and based within it for a number of years prior to establishing Let’s Talk Shop, it is pleasing that Lets Talk Shop Ltd has now been contracted to assist in the management of the Centre going forward and helping to drive development of the opportunities that it will provide for small to medium enterprise development in South Lakeland.
Watch this space for more news of this exciting development.
First floor space of 394 sq ft has recently become available – if you would like more details please email me on email@example.com or telephone 015394 40020
The Invest in South Lakeland Team at South Lakeland District Council are holding a free Business and Networking Event on Thursday 10 March at Low Wood Hotel, Ambleside.
Taking your product to the online market
Nick Comer, Rosetta Brands Ltd
Improving your high street presence
Bill Smith, The Shop Doctor, Let’s Talk Shop Ltd
Social Media & Twitter for Business
Justin Grammer, PS Business Matters
Doors will open from 6pm for networking, refreshments and registration and the event will start at 6.30pm finishing at 8.30pm.
This free event is open to any South Lakeland businesses including those wanting to re-locate to this area.
Please register online on www.southlakeland.gov.uk/b2b (please note that places are limited to 2 attendees per company).
The Invest in South Lakeland Team at SLDC
The latest edition of the Windermere, Bowness and Troutbeck Bridge community magazine arrived through some 5800 local letterboxes during the week commencing 25th August.
The quarterly magazine is compiled on a ‘not for profit’ basis by Let’s Talk Shop Ltd on behalf of the local community and is supported financially by Windermere Town Council, with revenue derived from local advertising and through sponsorship by the businesses identified above.
Click here for a pdf copy or here to find out more about the HUB
Businesses in the Windermere area are being invited to a free ‘Love your Lakes’ event that will be taking place at Fallbarrow Park on Wednesday 11th September.
The event is part of Windermere Reflections and being delivered in partnership with Nurture Lakeland and Cumbria Business Environmental Network
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org and to register to attend email email@example.com
Love your Lakes Flyer
Finding out what’s happening in Windermere, Bowness and Troutbeck Bridge between quarterly issues of the printed HUB is now even easier by following @HUBWindermere on Twitter.
The next printed edition is due to be distributed by Royal Mail week commencing 25th February.
The copy deadline for the Summer edition is 29th March.
This year has not been the best for footfall and revenue generation at many attractions. The negative impact of the Olympics on incoming tourism , unforgiving weather conditions and the ongoing gloom over the economic climate all contributing to a severe downturn in attendance figures across the sector.
Taking time out to look at your attraction from an impartial viewpoint, particularly that of the customer, is never easy and certainly one of the major challenges facing retailers in their fight for survival on our high streets.
Applying his extensive business development skills, understanding of how customers perceive and use space and wide marketing expertise our ‘Shop Doctor’ can bring a refreshing insight into identifying issues impacting on business performance at visitor attractions.
Looking at an attraction through a fresh pair of eyes can provide an insight into the business that may not have previously been considered. Link this to recommendations as to how to improve the way the attraction interfaces with the customer, ideas to improve catering or retail efficieny and suggestions regarding routes to effective diversification the outome could prove very stimulating.
If you are considering how to revitalise your attraction in time for 2013 now might be a good time to talk to Let’s Talk Shop. Our skills are not just orientated towards retail development alone, they are transferable into any business where direct customer interface and delivery of high levels of customer service are critical to maintaining existing levels and, ideally, attracting increased and profitable attendance in the future.
BT came good with their ISDN line, Dalecom worked wonders with re-installation of our telephone system and Ultimate Link, 01539 987654 helped resolve our broadband and networking connectivity issues.
Communications now fully restored and we are feeling far more organised in our new offices.
We are contactable again on our main number 015394 40020
Our fax number is 015394 46140
Our email contact is firstname.lastname@example.org
…..and, as you are here already, you have the website address!
Our telephone lines are being moved to our new offices this morning (Fdiday 20th) and, as a consequence, or main line 015394 40020, and those associated with it, are presently not available.
BT advise that we should be up and running again by 13.00.
For some of the time we can be contacted via our fax number 015394 46140 or you can contact Bill Smith direct on his mobile 07766 208 082
Also apologies for the intermittent Twitter feed to our website – normal service will hopefully be resumed as quickly as possible
With effect from the beginning of January 2012 our new office address will be:
Let’s Talk Shop Ltd
All other contact details will remain unchanged.
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