Organise Your Work Life this Autumn!
Become a Parents Workspace member for the ultimate in flexible co-working for busy parents
We are delighted to announce our new Parents Workspace Membership Scheme. Join up to receive a discounted rate on your hot desk and crèche in the friendly surroundings of Cubitt Street Play Centre, WC1X 0LJ (Tuesdays from 8th September 2015) and the Calthorpe Project, WC1X 8LJ (Fridays from 11th September 2015). We also have Pay As You Go, free 30 minute tasters and standby spots on the day. Just check out our website for all the details!
Interested in Organising Your Own Co-Working Project for Parents?
Come and talk to fellow enthusiasts! We’re getting a network together and will be putting on a Table Crowd event at the end of September. E-mail Ann at email@example.com
Making Your Business Idea Work
Are you starting a business? Join other local mums and dads; tap in to a wealth of knowledge and experience from expert mentors and speakers to shape and grow your new business. Our new Parent-Cubator course will start on Wednesday 16th September 2015 (10am – 12noon) at the Cubitt Street Play Centre, WC1X 0LJ. Your course fee (still just £99) includes a free crèche place and ten weekly sessions packed with the advice and encouragement you need to juggle responsibilities as a parent entrepreneur. Places are filling up fast, so join up now by clicking here to register.
Meet A Parent-Cubator Entrepreneur
Safiye Summersgill, founder of BibT – Wipe Clean Clothes for Children
What does your business do?
Designs, produces and sells wipe-clean clothes for toddlers. our products are British designed, fairtrade and made in India with azo-free prints on soft organic cotton.
Tell us how being a parent has changed your life?
I have less time,but more ambition!
What inspired you to start your enterprise?
Constant changing of messy baby clothes and the challenge of keeping little ones clean.
What are your goals for 2015?
To produce a new range for babies and also for older children.
What things do you do differently as a result of attending the Parent-Cubator course?
I have a different approach to market research; I also listen to potential customers and empathise with them more.
Do you have any tips for aspiring parent entrepreneurs?
Don’t feel guilty, and sign up to the Parent-Cubator course!