Businesses of all sorts come together in Old Street – it’s a favourite area for start-ups for one. But hey, it’s not all about corporates and working hard. Work hard, play hard and all that? This creative, tech hub is full of modern venues for all sorts of events. If you’re looking to escape the office, you’ll find many co-working spaces, unique meeting rooms for hire, and of course, lots of nice pubs for those after-work drinks.
Due to its bustling business landscape, meeting rooms in Old Street get booked up pretty quickly. Home to lots of different meeting spaces that are perfect for working, brainstorming, meeting and collaborating with colleagues and co-working, Old Street meeting venues provide productive and comfortable spaces to work and collaborate. Old Street is also incredibly well connected to nearby transport links and the vast majority of Old Street meeting spaces have on-site support teams, access to state of the art facilities and lots of amenities nearby. As meeting rooms get booked up pretty quickly, it’s always worthwhile booking in advance, especially if you are planning a special event.
Old Street is best known for its small business community and there’s no better place to plan a corporate event, conference, meeting, networking even, or an exciting product launch than Old Street. In fact, the areas plays host to part of Europe's largest cluster of tech start-ups! However, although Old Street is known for its strong and thriving businesses, it also promotes the ethos “work hard play hard” and is home to lots of pubs and restaurants that are perfect for after working drinks, business dinners and weekend time outs. There’s also lots of unique working spaces available to hire that are ideal for adding a new and exciting dimension to your working day or mixing up your working routine.
Running from east to west London, Old Street is not only close to some of London’s most popular and well known attractions but it also has its own attractions in the area to enjoy too. As well as a vast range of restaurants and eateries, there are a number of attractions to explore and discover too. Highlights include Rivington Place, 20 Hoxton Square, Liconcello, Geffrye Museum and Host Gallery. There’s also a wide range of places close to Old Street where you can shop, whether you’re looking for jewellery, clothing or food.