Sick of doing the Starbucks Shuffle

Remember a few years back when Twitter bought Tweetdeck for $40 million? Tweetdeck started out small like most businesses but they didn’t stay small for long.  Want to know what took Tweetdeck from a start-up to a highly profitable and saleable enterprise?  It was the collective consciousness they enjoyed from sharing a building with bunch of other entrepreneurs. Being in…

Meeting Room Glass

We blogged some time ago with some design ideas for the glass on our new meeting room at FunkBunk. Your opinions were unanimous and the colourful design #1 was the option preferred by everyone. It did present some printing challenges though as high quality print on to frosted vinyl is a fairly specialist activity. Our…

Our new advert

Every time I’m at a networking event of any type I always bump into people who say “Yeah I’ve heard of FunkBunk!” which is great considering we’ve never placed an advert before. We now want everyone we bump into to say they’ve heard of us so keep an eye out in your local press for…

We’ve been ‘Observed’

We opened up our copy of local newspaper the Leighton Buzzard Observer this morning to see our ugly mugs all over page 4 (thankfully not the preceding page). The LBO have said some very nice things about us and are spreading a little bit more knowledge to the local community about renting desks in workhubs…

FunkBunk – the Coworking Workhub – Part Deux

Collaboration. One of FunkBunk’s reasons for existing is to give its inhabitants the perfect environment in which to collaborate. Now FunkBunk itself is collaborating with one of our long time tenants – Purity Productions. Purity were starting to grow out of the desks they were renting at FunkBunk but didn’t want leave the space as…

Oh yeah – we have a blog!

The wonders of Twitter have been distracting us of late (not hard, I know) and we have been neglecting our blog somewhat. So as it has been a month since I last mentioned what has been going on here, we thought we’d post a quick rundown of recent events. Most of all we must say…

Supporting rural homeworkers

This month sees the 1st annual WorkHubs conference at the BT Business Centre in London (29/06/2010) and FunkBunk will be attending to drink some coffee, eat some sandwiches and generally hob knob about the place talking to anyone who will listen. As well as the consumption of sandwiches, founder of FunkBunk, Sam Cranwell will be…