Work. We spend a lot of time doing it, thinking about it, talking about it – even singing about it if your name happens to be Rihanna. It’s such a big part of our lives, we reckon everyone should have a work space that keeps it 100, 100% of the time, even if you only have four people in your team!
Welcome to Clockwise, the new kid on the office block that’s going to transform the way your business works – literally! Whether you’re a maker, a baker or an undertaker, if you’re a small business, we’ve got space for you and your employees to call home. A space that’s roomy, bright and comfortable, with modern furnishings and a ton of great amenities, slap bang in the middle of Glasgow city centre and with rates so competitive you might think we’re a little bit crazy.
We also have fantastic facilities to take your working week from drab to fab, including:
Plus, our dedicated team is always on hand to make things easy for you, so whatever you need, we’ll pull out all the stops to make it happen. And if you’re hosting clients or events, we’ll help manage and even staff it for you, so Laura from the design team can concentrate on schmoozing, not serving.
Interested in trying out Clockwise for yourself? We’re giving one small business the chance to win a free 12-month residency at our workspaces in the iconic Savoy Tower – a prize that’s worth £25,000. That’s money that can be used to grow your business, invest in new talent, fund research – the sky’s the limit! With your workspace taken care of by us, you and your team are free to reach new heights. If your company has between 4-6 employees, simply fill in the form below to enter and who knows, we might be seeing you very soon…
Glasgow-based artist Urusla Kam-Ling Cheng discusses her Clockwise mural
Looking back at our launch night at Savoy Tower
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