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Boxpark launches dedicated workspaces for Londoners not ready to return to the office

— 10 Aug 2020, 14:04 by Tashia Cameron


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With Boris urging Brits to return to the workplace this month in an attempt to boost the economy, BOXPARK has introduced dedicated workspaces at its Croydon and Wembley venues as part of its new Eat. Drink. Play. Work offer.

The workspaces at BOXPARK are perfect for Londoners who are bored of working from home during the lockdown period but are still cautious about travelling back to their office. Its #WorkFromBOXPARK (WFB) offer aims to encourage local communities to support their neighbourhood restaurants and eateries, as well as providing a different work atmosphere. 

BOXPARK is recreating the ‘WFH’ experience by creating a safe, comfortable and energising environment for locals to work whilst being able to enjoy affordable and delicious street food, as well as 50% off a post-work beverage from BOXPARK bars between Mondays to Wednesdays in August. 

Local professionals can visit BOXPARK Croydon or Wembley and find the workspace area upstairs - away from any disturbance but still part of the buzzing atmosphere. Working visitors will have free 4G WiFi, access to plug sockets and charging ports, and plenty of desk space to choose from, making it easy to socially distance from others. 

The workspaces will be available from Monday to Friday from 11am onwards. Any local workers using the space between Monday to Wednesday can get 50% off their lunch meal with the Eat Out to Help Out scheme and even treat themselves to ‘after work’ drinks.

DOWNLOAD BOXPARK BLACK CARD FOR ENTRY

To gain entry into any BOXPARK venues, customers must download a BOXPARK Black Card which also entitles the holder to a range of exclusive offers and discounts from select street food traders and bars.

Download BOXPARK Black Card

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