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Co-working Office Space and Virtual Office Facilities


Co-working Office Space

Not ready yet for a permanent office or full-time commitment?

Need a business base, access to networking and meeting room facilities?

Why not use The Enterprise Network's accessible Co-working facilities?

Marketing entrepreneur Jez Tinkler is delighted after signing up to co-working at the Old Fire Station Enterprise Centre in Salisbury, describing it as one of the town's best-kept business secrets.

"My business involves me being out and about, so working from home is not an option, but neither do I need a full-time office," said Jez, of Salisbury-based Embark Agency."

"With this scheme, I pay just £85 a month to use a desk at the Old Fire Station right in the centre of Salisbury which I can use when I need it. I get free wi-fi, a small locker and free hot drinks all included. It's also brilliant to network with the other businesses who are based here. It's one of Salisbury's best-kept business secrets!"

Co-working: 1 month @ £85.00, payable monthly. Includes:

  • access to a dedicated co-working office during working hours (8am-6pm)
  • free WiFi within office hours
  • access to a small storage locker
  • free use of the centre's communal networking lounge
  • free tea /coffee
  • use of meeting/training rooms at 20% discount
  • invitations to networking events at all TEN Enterprise Centres

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To find out more, contact your local Enterprise Centre at Ludgershall, Royal Wootton Bassett, Salisbury or Trowbridge or contact 01264 848311 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


virtual office facilities

Working from home but need a more business-like address?

Why not use The Enterprise Network's affordable Virtual Office facilities AND become part of our growing business network?

Choose one of two great packages to support your business:

Virtual Office: 1 month @ £25.00, payable monthly. Includes:

  • Use of an Enterprise Centre address of your choice as registered address at Companies House and on all business stationery
  • Use of a dedicated mailbox at an Enterprise Centre which is accessible from 9am - 5pm to collect post
  • Parcels can be taken in - notification sent when a parcel has arrived. Parcels should be collected within 48 hours of notification, and by arrangement.
  • Invitations to networking events at all TEN Enterprise Centres

Networked Virtual Office: 1 month @ £60.00, payable monthly. Benefits as above, PLUS:

  • access to the use of communal lounge / networking area within office hours (9am - 5pm)
  • free tea /coffee, free WiFi within office hours
  • use of meeting/training rooms at 20% discount 


Hot desks

For many people working from home, the chance to escape to the peace and quiet of their local Enterprise Centre to concentrate on a specific project, using the free WiFi, comfortable networking space and free hot refreshments, is proving very attractive.

  • Half-day (up to 4 hrs) £12.00
  • Full day (up to 8 hours) £20.00
  • Per week £70.00

Available Monday-Friday 09.00 am-5.00 pm, hot desking includes:

  • free accesss to WiFi and high- speed broadband
  • free use of the centre's communal networking lounge
  • free tea / coffee

To find out more, use the Book A Desk tab on the menu above to enquire about availability and booking at each of the four Enterprise Centres.

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