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Oct 28, 2021

Small Businesses and Start-Ups Have New Professional Home in Fayetteville with Full Amenities

Sponsored Content provided by Twila Matthews - Community Manager, The Hub

Small businesses and start-ups in need of professional office space now have an affordable and convenient solution in Fayetteville. The Hub, located at 109 Hay Street, Suite 202, is Fayetteville’s newest co-working solution that offers professionals the use of furnished offices for a fraction of the cost of leasing a traditional office space.

The combined costs of office space, deposits, utilities, and office furnishings can often be too much for young entrepreneurs and small business owners to afford before their company takes flight. The Hub offers everything you need in a professional office at a lower cost with the flexibility you need to fuel business growth.

Use of The Hub’s facilities start at just $100 per month, which is great for professionals who mostly work remotely and need only occasional access to a conference room. The $200 per month membership gains you access to part-time use of a desk at The Hub. Members who choose the $300 per month package get 9am-5pm access to the office. The $100-$300 per month membership plans are offered on a month-to-month basis, offering a low start-up cost and the flexibility to increase your use of the facility as your business grows. All memberships include utility fees.

If you choose the $400-$600 per month memberships, you’ll get additional perks, including 24/7 access to the facility and dedicated desks with just a six-month commitment. At $400 per month, you can have a dedicated desk in an open office setting. Bumping up to $600 per month gives you a dedicated desk in a private office.

For businesses that need more private space, The Hub also offers private small and large office suites with 24/7 access for up to three of your team members. Offered with a one-year commitment, the small office suites are priced at $800 per month and the larger office suite is priced at $1,000 per month. Each of the private suites come with your own office door key, locked storage cabinets, and private heating/cooling/ventilation systems. The large suite also comes with a free parking space.

All membership levels include use of the internet, phone hookup access, and a printer with copy and scan capabilities. All members also have access to the conference room, with higher membership levels allotted more frequent opportunities to reserve the meeting space. The Hub is staffed full-time with someone to greet visitors at a hospitality desk and provide support for any issues you may encounter, such as printing problems. The facility is secure, with 24/7 security monitoring with cameras in common areas.

Being at The Hub is about more than just a low-cost, professional office space, it’s also about building community and creating synergy to propel your business forward. The co-working setup allows members to meet and network with other professionals in the area, giving them the opportunity to share advice and professional contacts. The indoor and outdoor community break areas are designed to promote this type of cross-business collaboration, and complimentary tea and coffee are provided.

The Hub also is in the process of launching Lunch and Learn events, which will invite professionals from a variety of fields, such as law and marketing, to hold informal learning sessions for members over lunch.

For those looking to test the waters with little commitment, The Hub offers daily and weekly passes, and allows non-members to book the conference room, depending on availability. Contact The Hub or stop by to learn more about this convenient and affordable option for office space, which can serve as your launching pad to a successful business future.

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