A flexible workspace start-up from Belfast is launching a rapid expansion of its office network with a five-year plan to open 100 new locations in London.
Hubflow, a serviced office provider and start-up founded in Belfast, Northern Ireland, announced plans to expand its number of workspaces in London. This expansion project will form part of a major launch to take its brand and flexible working model to cities internationally.
The company currently has several ‘at-capacity’ bespoke serviced office locations in London including the former Rolls Royce headquarters in Victoria, and says it has already agreed terms on a suite of new locations including Bank, Mayfair, Paddington, and Waterloo.
The ‘Hundred Hubflows’ strategy will aim to open 100 new London locations in a five-year targeted campaign, while also adding more locations in Belfast, Edinburgh, and Dublin.
The firm said it was also committed to adding other key global cities and financial centers to its network, targeting New York, Singapore, Tokyo, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
Hubflow was established in spring 2020 during the pandemic by property developer Gary McCausland and digital project manager Declan Mellan, setting up its first sites in Belfast and London.
“Our strategy at Hubflow is simple – we want businesses to grow, be successful and thrive and we provide environments that allow them to do this. Now, more than ever, companies large and small want value for money which means a fixed monthly invoice with no upfront capital costs,” said McCausland.
“They want the flexibility of shorter term commitments instead of draconian long-term leases whilst also being able to stay as long as they require.
“Hubflow offers this and more. Our commitment is to deliver exceptional bespoke office space ensuring our clients have everything they need to thrive and grow,” added McCausland.