If you haven’t already heard, WE Hub (Wohl Enterprise Hub), powered by Work Avenue, is the new, fabulously furnished local business hotspot, primarily for the Jewish community.
Whether you’re looking to rent ongoing office space, use a meeting room or pop in with a colleague for breakfast or lunch, WE Hub is the place to be seen and heard.
Hosted by Mark Morris, Chairman of Work Avenue and Maurice Golker, the launch on 24 January 2016 was attended by a mass of prominent business professionals. From the Maurice Wohl Charitable Foundation, Professor David Latchman CBE, Chairman, Mrs Ella Latchman, Trustee and Martin Paisner, Trustee. Also mingling with the crowd, The Mayor and Mayoress of Barnet, Lord Livingston, former Trade and Industry Minister, Local MP Mike Freer, Stephen Pack, President of the US and the building Chief Executive, Mr Shraga Zaltzman, amongst others.
Situated in Finchley Central, on Redbourne Avenue, WE Hub boasts three stories of bright, modern office space, including hot spot desk areas and small and large meeting rooms, kitted out with all the latest technology and equipment. The Hub also features a fully-furnished kitchen complete with delicious sandwiches and salads, snacks and Costa Coffee.
In addition, Work Avenue offers services such as career guidance, job hunting or advice on starting a new business from WE Hub. And if you require free specialist advice from a mentor, WE Hub has a string of the British business elite on tap to assist Bespoke programmes and seminars are also run by such VIP business people on topics such as Finance, CV skills and Networking.
Aside from the stylish office space, the philosophy of Work Avenue and the WE Hub is clear; helping people to help themselves make a living is the highest form of charity (Maimonides Mishneh Torah, Laws of Charity, 10:7-14). WE Hub embodies this belief. The WE Hub is an aspirational and inspirational work space, providing a world of opportunity for all who choose to walk through its doors.
If you’re not yet sold, here are some of the stats:
- Last year, the employment arm helped 1,470 individuals back to work.
- In the last three years 443 students were placed in 138 companies.
- Over 100 business men and women offer mentoring services to clients.
- 572 people benefited from business start-up support in 2015.