We are pleased to announce that our new flagship office opened on Monday 16th May. The Hub, as the office will be known, is located in Lincoln’s historic Cornhill area in the centre of the city. The new office space will be used as a base for our operations at Thoughtmix, alongside our specialist offices in London and Philadelphia, US.
Keeping in line with Thoughtmix’s commitment to flexi-work which we transitioned to in the wake of the pandemic, we have taken the decision to enable access for our staff 24/7 so that they are able to organise their workload in when they feel they are most productive.
We hope that The Hub will be both a fantastic place to undertake focussed work and hold meetings, but will just as importantly provide the social aspects that so many of us have missed in the last couple of years of working from home.
We look forward to not only welcoming our staff, but clients and partners to the office for any future meetings or business proposals, with The Hub having a dedicated client floor that is designed to be used for those outside of the business who will be visiting.
We spoke to Steve Bryant, Managing Director, who had this to say on the opening of The Hub: “Our team wanted a space outside of home but not as busy as a coffee shop or public space to enjoy some focussed worktime, while also allowing for collaboration and exchanges of ideas. The Hub provides the perfect setting and inkeeps with our remote-first approach. We’re delighted to welcome our clients and partners to Lincoln to visit!”
The Hub is an exciting step for us all to take here at Thoughtmix, and it is a significant moment in our continued growth as a company.
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