Staples, a NEC member, has opened up three coworking spaces in Massachusetts.
Located in Danvers, Norwood, and Brighton, each facility offers high-end work spaces complete with conference rooms, private phone rooms, Wi-Fi, coffee, snacks, and printer access. Created in collaboration with Workbar, the spaces are meant to serve a growing population of mobile professionals looking for work space in suburban locations.
“We’re excited to team up with Workbar to offer business people a productive working environment in our Staples stores by providing convenient, affordable space and amenities so they can make more happen during their workday,” said Peter Scala, executive vice president merchandising, Staples. “Workbar locations will provide a sense of community and the opportunity to network and collaborate with other motivated professionals.”
The New England Council congratulates Staples for opening its coworking spaces and for expanding to meet the demands of an evolving workforce.
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