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Central Working Cambridge The Bradfield Centre offers its members a lecture theatre, a beautiful café, a Yoga room and showers, parking and storage for up to 450 bikes, a lakeside Pavilion, Wi-Fi & printing facilities, and more. The compound is located in Cambridge Science Park and is in partnership with Trinity College Cambridge and is visually stunning, overlooking a lake and featuring its own bar.
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About Central Working
EO Entrepreneur, James Layfield, and former Head of Service Development at Virgin Atlantic, Steve Pette, have teamed up to create the ideal environment for growing businesses. Introduced whilst at Virgin, after branching out on their own the duo’s frustration at the government’s lack of support for SMEs, coupled with their passion for entrepreneurship, led to the creation of Central Working. Their aim? To boost the UK economy by helping 10,000 SMEs grow over the next 10 years. Central Working clubs provide the ideal environment for growing businesses. They offer you the support, infrastructure and tools needed to create the connections, momentum and recognition that will help you grow your businesses and develop your skills and team. If you’ve ever found yourself working in a coffee shop then Central is for you. They have taken the best bits of the coffee culture and added all the things you really need: printing and plugs, storage and stationery, 3 bespoke meeting rooms and, most importantly, collaboration with smart, passionate business people. Blending an innovative workspace with a street facing coffee bar, Central provides a welcoming and collaborative place to meet, eat and work, right on the high street. The Central Working Marketplace serves only the most aromatic Mozzo coffee, smoothest Lahloo tea and freshest Genuine Dining Company sandwiches. What’s more, the faces behind Mozzo, Lahloo and Genuine Dining Company are all members of Central Working; Central is always on the look out to help grow our members’ businesses.