A new coworking space has opened in Southampton – and could prove to be a big hit with businesses on the Isle of Wight.

Situated just a 2-minute walk from the Red Funnel ferry terminal, SO Fourteen provides flexible and affordable meeting facilities and deskspace for start-ups, small businesses and remote workers.

With meeting space bookable by the hour, the facilities are ideal for Island businesses that regularly travel to the mainland for meetings.

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The stylish venue, which has space for 44 members and includes fast Wi-Fi, private phone booths and lockable storage, also has 4 flexible monthly membership plans that are well suited to any Hampshire-based employees of businesses on the Island.

Spread across 3,500 square feet, the open plan office boasts an eco-friendly design which features plenty of natural daylight, wood, greenery and soft colours, creating a stimulating and professional working environment that nurtures creativity.

Founder and Managing Director of SO Fourteen, Alex Hilton-Baird, said:

“Travelling to London and further afield can be a costly and time-consuming journey when the Isle of Wight’s businesses need to meet contacts, who themselves may not be willing to cross the water for the same reasons.

“Our fantastic coworking space and proximity to all the major transport links in Southampton gives these businesses not only a common ground to meet, but also a stylish environment to welcome and impress their clients.

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“Coworking brings so many benefits to start-ups, small businesses and remote workers alike, and we’re really excited to have created a community in which our members can grow their network and thrive together.”

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