Keep Calm and Co-work at The Courthouse!


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Calling all home workers, mobile workers, freelancers and home based business, the aim is to bring professionals together in an informal working environment in a new idea from Rural Arts...

What is Co-working?
Co-working is a style of work in a shared working environment. Unlike in a typical office  where people are employed by the same company, those co-working are usually freelancers, entrepreneurs, or have home based businesses.

People who Co-work are usually independent professionals who work better when they are amongst other people, than they would alone.

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Why Co-work?
Co-working is a great way to get yourself and your business out of the house to network with other creative like-minded people, to maximise creativity and minimise the isolation of sole working.
Co-working differs from networking in that the aim is not to find new clients, sell yourself or your business, but you might be able to exchange help and advice.

Co-working events are taking off across the UK. 42% of businesses are home based and the stats are higher in rural areas.


Rural Co-working at The Courthouse:
Have a day with difference.

The ethos of Thirsk's first ever Co-working day is to be flexible. The Co-working events will take place on the second Friday of every month.
Valuable expertise can be just a few seats away because small interactions can spark ideas, projects and contacts.

Just bring along your work and laptop for the day, connect to Wi-Fi and do what you had planned in the company of others.



Important details:
When: 13th June, 11th July, 8th August, 12th September, 10th October, 14th November

Where: Rural Arts, The Courthouse, Thirsk

Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm

Charge: £15.00 including lunch


To book a place:
Spaces are limited to 25 people for the first event and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
To book your place, please call Janice on: 01845 526536 or e-mail janice@ruralarts.org or you can book online, HERE.

For more information:
If you have any questions, please call Nick Scott on: 01765 609971/07714145354 or e-mail: nick@colibra.co.uk.


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