The local Village Hotel Club in Warrington has opened the doors to its brand-new business club – VWorks – which will help support and promote the needs of local businesses and entrepreneurs by offering a place for local people to work, connect and network.
Tailored to the needs of local workers and travellers alike, the new VWorks offering boasts impressive meeting rooms fitted with sharp, reactive technology and a comfortable lounge area perfect for relaxed meetings.
Local businesses and individuals looking for a smart, creative and innovative environment to work from will enjoy the modern hot-desking spaces – equipped with super-fast WiFi, free printing and photocopying, free energising refreshments and flexible bookings via a digital app.
Sean Burns, General Manager of Village Hotel Club Warrington, said: “We’re thrilled to unveil our new VWorks facilities and look forward to welcoming back old and new guests. Local businesses lay at the heart our community and we’re thrilled to now offer a space that supports and promotes the needs of the business owners and entrepreneurs of Warrington by connecting them to work, mentors and new networks.”
Smaller meeting pods will also be available to accommodate private meetings for two to six people, and can be hired for as little as an hour for impromptu get togethers and video calls. Larger meeting spaces, up to twenty, will be available for larger conferences and events – all of which can be booked easily via the Village Hotel Club App.
VWorks comes as part of Village Hotel Club’s ambitions to be more than just a hotel – but rather a place for local communities and businesses to meet and connect. The opening in September is the fourth VWorks to open, with a further seven expected to open across the UK over the coming year.
In addition to meeting and coworking spaces, VWorks offers its business club members unique access to resources, information and seminars, designed to help them learn, connect and grow.
In her role as VWorks’ Local Business Ambassador, formidable business woman Baroness Karren Brady CBE, helped to host VWorks’ first ‘Tales from the Boardroom’ seminar series exclusively for its business network earlier this year, with further seminars to be rolled out in the coming year. Together, Karren and Village will be hosting the inaugural VWorks Awards next year, in order to celebrate the achievements of local businesses and entrepreneurs.
A variety of VWorks membership options are available for individuals, local businesses and entrepreneurs. To find out more information or book a free visit, visit www.village-hotels.co.uk/vworks/.