Mary Creagh

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Boost for creative businesses in Wakefield

On Friday 8 July, Mary officially opened IndyCube Wakefield, which offers office space for small businesses, freelancers and remote workers who prefer not to work alone.


All of its centres were previously in Wales, with Wakefield being the first to open in England.

It provides workspace in a community of like-minded people, overcoming the problems of solitary working or in small offices or from home or on the road.

The company currently has 27 coworking centres and is a co-operative owned by its members.

People can rent a desk by the day or month and have access to the growing network of IndyCube Centres across the UK.

IndyCube Wakefield is based at the Wakefield Media and Creativity Centre, King Street, and offers 14 desk spaces.

Mary said: “It was a pleasure to open Andy Green’s exciting new hub for creative businesses in Wakefield. With Indycube, creative start-ups have a space to work together and share ideas. There is a real focus on the arts in Wakefield and I look forward to it going from strength to strength.”

For more information, visit IndyCube's website.

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