Contributed by Masterlord
19/06/2018 - Masterlord
Masterlord has a new hot desk area available to use in their popular Epsilon House Business Centre, conveniently located on the Masterlord Office Village on Ransomes Europark. Perhaps even more convenient, is that it is free for anyone to use.
If you find yourself checking emails from a coffee shop in between meetings, or perhaps you feel a bit isolated working from home all the time and would like a change every now and then, this convenient and free hot desk area in Ipswich could be the answer.
Bring your laptop and benefit from super fast broadband by accessing Masterlord’s 300mb leased line. You can also park on site for free. Once you have signed in at Reception, you are free to stay for as little as an hour or up to a full day. Masterlord’s friendly team are on hand to offer any support you may need – printing and scanning documents and even providing stamps for the daily Royal Mail collection.
Another added perk, is the on site coffee house, Kings, which is perfect for a quick bite when you’re working over lunch. Alternatively, you can easily grab a snack from the selection of vending machines in Reception.
The Masterlord Office Village is home to over one hundred businesses and Masterlord is proud of the community that has grown on the site over the years.
Operations Manager, Hannah Woodward has been part of the company since 2009 and said: “We are home to such a wonderful variety of local and national businesses and charities. We’re all about supporting companies and tailoring our range of space and services to each requirement. We know that office space isn’t on the top of the priorities list for everyone and we want to extend the invitation to those working locally to say that they are very welcome.”
On Friday 22nd June, Masterlord is hosting a Big Chinwag event for Age UK Suffolk. Pop along for coffee and cake and to meet the team.
If you can’t make it but are interested in future events, you can sign up to the mailing list at masterlord.co.uk.
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