WorkNote, Clerkenwell’s new work-sharing hub launched today blending great food and Silicon Roundabout buzz to create the UK’s most desirable collaboration space. Phase One of the one billion pound project sold out just twenty seven minutes after being offered to the market.
Designed to be a ‘Bakery of Future Ideas’, WorkNote aims to solve the UK’s deepening productivity crisis pointed out in last month’s Budget by UK Chancellor, George Osborne. WorkNote’s 15-year-old founder is legal EU immigrant, Głupek Kwiecień, a techpreneur originally from Katowice in Poland.
Multi-millionaire, Kwiecień, is best-known in his home country for successfully blending a deep love of online video gaming with the national dish, Bigos. He lists his childhood idols as inventor Elon Musk, movie-maker George Lucas and sugar evangelist Jamie Oliver.
In another direct takeaway from the budget believed to be a European-first, WorkNote premises are completely sugar-free, non-smoking, vape-friendly environments. Some of the world-class facilities on offer include:
Mega fast broadband using 5G technology
On-tap sugar-free craft beers, onsite beard-trimming and piercing salons
Competitive table-tennis league with coaching from a former Chinese Olympic champion
Daily beginner’s language lessons in three major European tongues for UK nationals
Priority Uber queue-jumping during surges and 24/7 use of a fleet of self-charging hoverboards
Free lifetime subscription to dating apps spanning all five mainstream genders
Caturday: On the first Saturday of every month, WorkNote users interact with a shared litter of videogenic cats
Kwiecień’s worklife philosophy, set out in his ‘Employmentology’ academic textbooks, argues workforce productivity is directly linked to work environment. Major corporations have used this approach to drive higher profits by encouraging moments throughout the working day when well-fed employees can drift off without being fully aware of their work surroundings, or colleagues.
Mr. Kwiecień commented: “WorkNote delivers stunning new work/life experiences for micro-entrepreneurs, post-Millennials and burnt out corporate executives seeking more ‘me space’ but with world-class food. This is how to make Great Britain great again.”
WorkNote standing desks are available to rent for £1000 + VAT per month, on a first-come first-served basis. Please note – Phase One of the development has sold out.