Communal Area Showcasing Coffee Bar at Venture X Chiswick Park

The Benefits of Having a Coworking Membership in West London

The Benefits of a Coworking Membership in West London

Hi, you! Have you joined our community? If so, welcome! You are now an official Venture X member. Being a member of our coworking space office brings many benefits. With our serviced coworking space with locations in Chiswick Park and White City (Westfield), we certainly won’t stop at just providing a workspace. So, what are some benefits of a coworking membership in West London at Venture X? Find out what’s involved in being a member of Venture X in our White City and Chiswick Park coworking spaces.

Coworking in Chiswick Park or White City, West London

A workspace where you can get motivated and pursue your dreams: that’s what we aim to provide for you first and foremost with our coworking space offices. But we are, of course, a serviced coworking space office. We care about you and want to offer you more than just a space to work from. This is what we offer you in addition:

  • Private phone booths
  • Global lounge access
  • Ergonomic furniture
  • Meeting rooms on-demand
  • Members discounts
  • Events
  • A dedicated Community Management team

With the ergonomically designed working stations, the private phone booths and meeting rooms, we will make sure you will always work comfortably, as it is important to be able to find your focus.

Coworking Community in West London

Did you know that you are also part of an amazing community in our West London coworking spaces? Socialising is an important part of the work culture and increases your network and collaborations.

That is why we organise events every month in our coworking spaces in both Chiswick Park and White City. We know it is important to take a break from that work routine and relax, so we offer the most fun activities too that are not about work at all.

Find out which events are coming up in September 2023 at our coworking space in Chiswick Park that you really don’t want to miss!

07 Sept. – Business, Career & Life Coaching

Could you use some reflection and coaching on your career and lifestyle? Then you should definitely join Victoria on September 7th. She will be in our coworking space in Chiswick Park between 10:00-17:00 offering 1-on-1 coaching sessions of 30-40 min. Grab your chance and make a booking with the Venture X management team.

14 Sept. – Welcome Afternoon Tea

Our team continues to grow and we always enjoy introducing you to our staff! So that you know who to contact with your questions, but also to get to know each other. To welcome our new Community Associate, Sasha, we will be having an afternoon tea from 15:00 prepared by Galeta in the Member’s Lounge.

19 Sept. – Anytime Fitness Wellness Day

Listen, it’s not all about work. We also need to look after our physical and mental health, right? If you are interested in detailed data of the state of your body, drop by our coworking space on 19 September between 12:00-15:00.

Anytime Fitness Chiswick Park will be in our space again and will bring the Evolt Scanner. It’s an approved medical device that measures the resistance of various internal body organs, muscle, fat and water. Join us if you missed out last time or want to see any progress.

21 Sept. – Mikala’s Leaving Drinks

While we arrange many welcomes, we unfortunately also have to arrange some goodbyes. Our Community Associate, Mikala, is moving back to Australia.

On the 21th of September, you can say goodbye and enjoy delicious drinks. Starting from 16:30, see you there!

28 Sept. – Member’s Drinks

Hey, we haven’t forgotten about you. During the last event of the month, we celebrate you. Come to our monthly member drinks and celebrate your hard work and the month of September with other members. Starting at 16:30.

Just a few examples to show how much fun it is to be a member at Venture X, West London.

Not a member yet and would you like to apply for a membership? We have different types of memberships. In this blog you will find more information about Hot Desks and Dedicated Desks.

If you’re interested in booking a tour in one of our workspaces in West London, please contact us by emailing:, via the WhatsApp feature on our website or call us directly on 0203 585 2900.

Professional Private Meeting Rooms at Venture X White City

Meeting Rooms for Rent

Meeting Rooms for Rent in West London

Are you tired of searching for a suitable meeting room in West London? We’ve got you! We understand the importance of a well-equipped and comfortable meeting room for successful business meetings.

Whether you’re hosting client meetings, team brainstorming sessions, or presentations, our coworking spaces in Chiswick Park and White City have you covered.

Rent a Meeting Room in West London

Whether you’re an established corporation or an ambitious startup in (West) London, renting a meeting room shows you’re professional and gives you and your team privacy.

Our diverse range of options allows you to book meeting or conference rooms by the hour or by the day, whatever suits you best.

A lot of people think you have to be a member of one of our co-working spaces to book a meeting room. Well actually, you don’t have to! Whether you are a member or not, you can book our meeting rooms to host your meetings.

We will make sure you’ve got everything you need and we can even arrange food and drinks for you.

Here’s what you can expect when booking one of our meeting rooms:

Spacious and Versatile

Our meeting rooms are spacious enough to accommodate teams of different sizes. From small, intimate discussions to larger presentations, we have the flexibility to cater to your needs.

State-of-the-art Technology

Our meeting rooms are equipped with the latest audiovisual equipment, high-speed internet, and video conferencing capabilities.

Additional Amenities:

Enjoy access to additional amenities such as whiteboards, privacy screens, and large displays to enhance your meeting experience.

Why Choose Chiswick Park and White City?

Venture X is more than just a workspace. We have a lovely community with members in offices, hot desks and dedicated desks.

Venture X offers two prime locations in West London: Chiswick Park and White City. Each location has its unique advantages to host your business meetings. Find some information below.

Chiswick Park:

Situated in a vibrant business hub, Chiswick Park offers a dynamic and collaborative atmosphere. Enjoy a stunning park with a small lake, greenery and lots of places to sit and take a break.

The highstreet is around the corner, so you’ll enjoy the best of both worlds: lots of nice places to eat and go for a drink, and the calm energy of Chiswick Business Park. Chiswick Park also offers an array of onsite amenities and has easy accessibility to transport links, perfect for a client meeting.

White City:

Located in Westfield Ariel Way, you’ll experience the bustling energy of one of London’s biggest shopping destinations, combined with the productivity and creativity of a modern coworking space, oh and lots of places to eat too! The views at White City are incredible, so it’s the perfect spot to impress clients.

In addition to our meeting spaces, Venture X provides a range of premium amenities that enhance your work experience.

Private phone booths offer peace and quiet for important calls, Business-class printers and high-speed internet to support your day-to-day operations.

We also offer events in our communal spaces such as wellness activities, workshops and more.

Book a Meeting (Room) at Venture X

Whether you’re hosting client meetings, team workshops, or important presentations, have a look at our meeting rooms at both Chiswick Park and White City.

Say goodbye to the hassle of searching for meeting venues and easily book a meeting room online. If you want to have a look first before you book, just contact us here and we’re happy to give you a tour.

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Returning to the Office: Tips to Enhance your Productivity

After a rejuvenating summer break, the time has come to say goodbye to remote work setups and embrace the return to the office and hybrid working.

Whether you’re heading to our flexible office space in Chiswick Park or settling back into coworking space at White City, West London, transitioning back to the workplace may require some coordination.

The hybrid landscape has changed, find out more about how we think it will continue in 2023.

Return to the office in 2023

Recent data shows that while some companies are pushing for in-office mandates, the majority are embracing the concept of hybrid work policies.
The shift towards remote work has proven successful for many organisations, and we suspect this trend is likely to continue in 2023.

The advantages of a hybrid workplace policy are evident. Employees enjoy increased flexibility, better work-life balance, and the freedom to work from convenient locations.

Studies have shown that remote and hybrid work can boost overall well-being and increase productivity by up to 6%.

However, as we embrace this new way of working, challenges must be addressed. Collaboration and communication between remote and in-office employees are crucial for maintaining productivity and employee satisfaction.

Providing clear expectations and regular one-on-one sessions can foster a harmonious work environment.

The hybrid work approach also offers cost savings for companies. Reduced office space translates to lower overhead costs, a positive financial impact that Elon Musk and Twitter have experienced firsthand.

Coworking offers a solution as it is flexible, and a new way of working for many companies.

By continuously evaluating and adapting their policies, companies can navigate the challenges of the hybrid workplace successfully.

As we venture into this new era of work, embracing change and being open to innovation will be key to a thriving and productive workforce.

Return to the office Tips

Whether you’re working hybrid or you’re working from a coworking space/office, these are our tips to make a smooth transition and a productive comeback.

Organise Your Workspace

As you step back into the office, start by organising your workspace. Clear any clutter, sort out documents, and set up your essentials to create an environment that promotes productivity and concentration.

A clean and organised workspace sets the stage for a productive comeback.

Prioritise Tasks and Set Goals

Getting back into the flow of work can be overwhelming, so start by prioritising your tasks and setting achievable goals.

Create a to-do list and break down larger projects into smaller, manageable steps.

This approach will help you stay focused and motivated, especially if you’re co-working in West London, surrounded by other driven professionals.

Reconnect with Other Professionals

Take the opportunity to reconnect with other professionals and build a sense of bond.

Whether it’s catching up over a coffee in the office kitchen or collaborating in the shared spaces of our flexible office space, fostering strong relationships with other members of the workspace enhances collaboration and team spirit.

Manage Work-Life Balance

Returning to the office may require adjustments to your work-life balance. As you settle back into the routine, be mindful of maintaining a healthy balance between work commitments and personal well-being.

Take advantage of the amenities available in our co-working space, such as relaxation areas – Chiswick Park is the perfect spot to rewind and relax – or a personalised cup of coffee to fuel up for a productive day.

Returning to Coworking (Chiswick Park and White City)

As the summer season draws to a close, the return to the office presents an opportunity for a fresh start and renewed enthusiasm.

Whether you’re entering our flexible office space in Chiswick park or our co-working space in White City, West London, these tips will help you smoothly transition back to the workplace with a positive mindset.

Organise your workspace, reconnect with other members and manage your work-life balance to make the most of your workdays and achieve new levels of productivity and success.
Visit our website or drop by for a tour to discover how coworking can enhance your work experience.

The Pros and Cons of Working from Home

Working from home has become more and more popular, mainly due to a worldwide pandemic where we were forced to #wfh. We bet you used that hashtag, even if it was just once. ;)
Of course, there are many perks that make remote work enticing, but we’ve seen that it also comes with challenges.

While it provides flexibility and convenience, after long periods, working from home can lead to isolation, distractions, and a lack of work-life balance.

Whatever team you’re on, let’s all dive into the world of remote work and how this changed over the years.

What are the disadvantages of working from home?

For some, working from the comfort of your own home may sound like a dream come true. And yes, we do get why!

No more commutes, or squeezing into the bus, train, or tube that is way too busy.

However, over the years while we were all staying at home because of the pandemic, different studies have been done.

working from home and work life balance

Research has uncovered some surprising disadvantages that can impact your productivity, mental well-being, and work-life balance.

As you might have noticed, working from home blurs the line between your professional and personal life.

Especially when having children, this can be extra challenging.

Research published in the Journal of Business and Psychology found that individuals who work remotely tend to experience greater difficulty in separating work-related tasks from their personal responsibilities.

Have you ever worked from home, but also did the laundry, cleaned a bit, and tried to do groceries during your break?

With working from home, you can feel a constant presence of having to do the work. When you’re off it can prevent you from fully enjoying your non-working hours.

The Isolation Blues

While working from home provides solitude, it can also lead to feelings of isolation.

A study conducted by the Harvard Business Review revealed that remote workers often experience a lack of social interaction and reduced sense of belonging.

Human beings are social creatures, and the absence of face-to-face contact with colleagues can take a toll on mental well-being.

Loneliness and decreased motivation are potential consequences of working from home.

Coworking spaces, like Venture X in West London, provide a solution by offering a communal environment where you can interact with like-minded professionals. Whether you want to work hybrid, or from the office, choose whatever feels good for you.

Distractions Galore

As we all know – home is filled with distractions, and they can be incredibly tempting when you’re trying to stay focused on your work.

Whether it’s scrolling through social media, household chores, or family members vying for your attention, these distractions can impact your productivity.

Oh, and don’t forget about the fridge… a place most of us visit more often when working from home.

wfh working from home

The benefits of working from home

Of course, it’s not all distractions and stress. Working from home can be beneficial for many people.

It depends on what suits you and your lifestyle. Many people even choose to work hybrid, so a few days from home and a few from the office.

Embracing Flexibility

One of the biggest advantages of working from home is the flexibility it offers.

Often, remote work allows you to choose your working hours. Which makes it flexible.

Without the commute to work, you’ll have more spare time to pursue your personal commitments, hobbies and other interests.

Commute-Free Bliss

Let’s talk a bit more about the commute-free bliss, say farewell to rush hour traffic and crowded public transportation!

Working from home takes the daily commute away, saving you time.

Commuting can also increase your stress levels, especially when it’s crowded in public transport or you’re stuck in a traffic jam.

You must have seen people commuting to work, that, well, didn’t have a big smile on their faces, to say the least.

Working from home can give you a relaxed start of the day, while reducing your stress levels.

Cost Savings

Working from home can lead to substantial cost savings. Without a daily commute, you save on transportation expenses, fuel costs and parking fees.

Plus, working from home saves you money on professional clothing for work and expensive lunches around the office.

Conclusion: Working From Home Pros and Cons

Working from home offers flexibility and freedom, allowing you to create a personalised work schedule and achieve a better work-life balance.

However, it’s not without its challenges. Remote work can blur the boundaries between work and personal life.Isolation and reduced social interaction can also affect mental well-being and motivation.

If you’re looking to break free from the challenges of working from home and experience the best of both worlds, Venture X has flexible coworking spaces in West London.

With a supportive and vibrant community, state-of-the-art amenities, and flexible membership options, Venture X provides an ideal environment for professionals seeking a productive and collaborative workspace.

Visit our website or drop by for a tour to discover how coworking can enhance your work experience.

Elegant Private Meeting Pods at Venture X Chiswick Park

Coworking Serviced Office Space | Venture X Chiswick Park

Coworking in Chiswick Park + Best Places nearby (Venture X Guide)

Chiswick Park is situated in West London near the tube stations Gunnersbury and Chiswick Park. A hub for all sizes of businesses with beautiful views of the small lake, trees and green areas of Chiswick Business Park. In this guide, we’ll explore what makes Venture X Chiswick Park a great coworking space. We will also highlight some of the best places to visit nearby.

Are you tired of working from your kitchen table, couch or maybe even bed? Do you long for a professional environment where you can focus, collaborate, and network with like-minded individuals? If so, you’re in luck!

Coworking is a new, flexible way of working. More and more freelancers, small businesses and bigger corporations are changing their way of working.

When you’re considering working from a coworking space, it’s good to have a look at the area and find some nice spots nearby.

Chiswick Business Park not only has a Pret, which many of our members like, there are also plenty of exciting places to visit: parks, pubs, restaurants and the best gym in the area. ;)

So why not switch your working from home to working from a buzzing place with loads of opportunities? Come and start coworking in Chiswick Park!

The Location: Chiswick Business Park

One of our Venture X locations is located in Chiswick Park, one of the most prestigious business districts in West London (maybe we’re a little biassed). The area is well-connected to public transportation (Gunnersbury and Chiswick Park station are just a few minutes away), making it easy to get to and from.

Chiswick Business Park is home to more than 60 companies, including some big names in the tech, media, and finance industries. The park has won numerous awards for its design, sustainability, and community initiatives.

Plus, it’s situated just off the A4, a major road that connects Heathrow Airport with central London. This makes it easy for commuters to access the park via car or bus.

Best Places in and around Chiswick Business Park

There are plenty of great options to choose from! Here are just a few of our personal favourites:

Places to go for food

  • Pret A Manger: If you’re in need of a quick breakfast or lunch, Pret is the perfect spot. They offer a wide range of delicious sandwiches, salads, and snacks, all made with fresh, natural ingredients.
  • The Union Bar & Grill. Located within the park, this gastro pub is a popular spot for after-work drinks and casual dinners. With its cosy atmosphere, the Union is the perfect place to unwind and socialise with fellow coworkers.
  • The Roebuck: When you’re in the mood for a laid-back atmosphere, check out The Roebuck, a traditional British pub with a beer garden and a cosy fireplace.

Virgin Active Gym

Virgin Active is located within the park so it’s easy to squeeze in a workout before or after work. It has a large fitness space, a gym, sauna and you can participate in your favourite group lessons.

Best parks around Chiswick Park

If you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle and enjoy some me-time, you don’t have to go far from Chiswick Park to find some beautiful green spaces. Here are just a few of the best parks around the area:

  • Gunnersbury Park: This expansive park is just a short walk from Chiswick Park. It offers a wide range of outdoor activities. Take a stroll around the lake, play a game of tennis, or have a picnic on the grassy fields. And if you’re looking for a bit of history, you can also explore the beautiful 18th-century mansion on the property.
  • Chiswick House and Gardens. This stunning park is home to an 18th-century villa and a beautiful array of gardens and landscapes. Take a walk through the Italian gardens, the woodland area, or the beautiful conservatory. And if you’re in the mood for a bit of culture, you can visit the Chiswick House Gallery. It hosts a range of art exhibitions throughout the year.
  • Chiswick Business Park: even though you can’t compare the business park to the parks above, Chiswick Business Park has to be on this list! If you’re looking for a quick and peaceful stroll this is the easiest and nearest park around. Walk over the bridge and have a look at the beautiful waterfall that is located in the middle of the park. Or, book one of the pots and have your meeting or break in there, enjoying the lovely views around you.

Venture X in Chiswick Park

So in short, the Chiswick Park location is easily accessible via public transport or even by car or bus, as it’s situated just off the A4. You’re never hungry for too long, as there are lots of places to visit nearby, including Pret A Manger, The Union Bar & Grill, and we even forgot to mention Coop Supermarket that’s just around the corner. Whether you’re feeling active or just want to go for a stroll, there are lots of parks nearby, or subscribe to the Virgin Active gym for lessons, fitness and more.

So are you ready to explore the Chiswick Park area and to learn more about Venture X Chiswick Park? Contact us today to arrange a tour, discover the area and see our spaces for yourself.

Communal Area Showcasing Coffee Bar and Lounge at Venture X Chiswick Park

Hotdesk vs Dedicated Desk: Which is Right for You?

Regular office spaces are so 2015… don’t you agree? ;) Coworking spaces offer a new way of working and have become increasingly popular among freelancers, entrepreneurs, and startups over the years. With a range of options available, it can be difficult to decide whether to opt for a hotdesk vs. a dedicated desk in a coworking space. In this article, we will explore the differences, benefits, and disadvantages of each option, helping you to make a decision that matches your preferences and business goals. Here, we will detail the age-old battle: hotdesk vs. dedicated desk!

Hotdesk in a Coworking Space

Have you heard of a hotdesk but are you not entirely sure what it means? Well: a hotdesk is a flexible workspace option, which is ideal for people who don’t require a permanent workspace.

Hotdesk users can sit at any available desk within the coworking space. This option is great for those who require a change of scenery. With two locations in West London, Venture X even offers coworking spaces at different locations. One day in Chiswick Park and the other day in White City (Westfield)? No problem at all!

Benefits of a hotdesk in a coworking space

Whatever the options are you are looking at, there are always pros and cons. Hotdesks in co-working spaces offer a lot of benefits, but as anything, there are some disadvantages as well.

So in our opinion, these are a few benefits of having a hotdesk in a coworking space.

Benefits of hotdesks

Flexibility: one of the main benefits of a hotdesk in a coworking space is flexibility. Hotdesk users can come and go as they please. The contracts are more flexible than regular office spaces, so this is ideal for those who have unpredictable schedules or only need a workspace occasionally.
Networking: hotdesks provide the opportunity to meet new people, which can be beneficial for networking and collaborating. Sitting with new people brings new opportunities, so it’s worth giving it a go.
Lower costs: quite an obvious one, but by renting a hotdesk you will save a lot of money, while still working in a buzzling work environment.

Disadvantages of a hotdesk

If you’re making a decision about choosing a hotdesk or a dedicated desk, it is good to look at the benefits, but also at the disadvantages. We found these are the main disadvantages of a hotdesk in a co-working space.
Lack of permanence. Hotdesk users may not have a consistent workspace and may have to spend time finding a free desk each time they visit.
Lack of personalisation. Unfortunately, hotdesk users cannot decorate or customise their workspace.
Easy distractions. If you’re someone that is easily distracted, a hotdesk might not be the perfect choice for you. With people making calls and chatting to one another it can be hard to concentrate.

Dedicated desk in a coworking space

A dedicated desk is a reserved workspace within a coworking space. It is not as flexible as a hotdesk, where you can just move around all day, everyday. A dedicated desk offers you a secure desk that is yours, whenever you enter the co-working space.

This option is ideal for those who require a consistent workspace and want to personalise their environment. Dedicated desks are also ideal for teams or individuals who require additional space for equipment or storage.

Benefits of a Dedicated Desk in Coworking Space

Consistent workspace. If you require a consistent workspace, and still want to use the perks of collaboration and connections, a dedicated desk could be a good option for you.
More Space. if you require a screen or other hardware/equipment, you can have that when you have a dedicated desk, and you can even bring some personal items to make it feel more customised.
It’s still flexible. When you have a dedicated desk, you’re still able to work from the communal spaces, so if you’d like to switch it up, just get your laptop and work from a different scenery.

Disadvantages of a Dedicated Desk in Coworking Space

Costs. Dedicated desks are more expensive than hotdesks, so if you’d like to save some costs while working, this is not the cheapest option out there.
Loss of structure. If you have more staff members in your organisation, it can be hard to work from dedicated desks. It takes more time to build a good, organisational structure.
Limited Growth. When you’re starting a business, you have a small team or you’re freelancing, a dedicated desk can offer you just what you need. However, there can come a time when you decide to hire more staff and grow your team. It then might be the case that you need to relocate to an office within the co-working space.

What is Right for Your Business? Hotdesk vs. Dedicated Desk

Deciding whether to opt for a hotdesk or dedicated desk in a co-working space depends on the needs of your business. If your business requires flexibility, a hotdesk can be a good option.

Hotdesk users have the freedom to come and go as they please, and connect with new people sitting in the hotdesk areas.

If your business requires a more consistent workspace, a dedicated desk may be the best option. It’s easy to bring your equipment and hardware to your desk, an area that can be personalised and made your own.

Ultimately, the decision between a hotdesk or a dedicated desk in co-working space depends on the needs of your business. Take the time to assess your requirements, and consider the benefits and disadvantages of each option before making a decision.

If you’re interested in having a hotdesk or dedicated desk in a coworking space in West-London, please contact us by emailing:, via the WhatsApp feature on our website or call us directly on 0203 585 2900.

Idyllic Surroundings Featuring Lakes and Gardens at Venture X Chiswick Park

London Virtual Offices: A Venture X Virtual Business Address

Having a business address in London, without paying an enormous amount of rent sounds like a dream, right? A Virtual Office in London is a cost-efficient and effective option when you, or your team, is working remotely or when you want to be registered in the British capital.

There are plenty of reasons to love London – the history, the culture and don’t forget, the food. London is a great hub of all sorts of businesses. It is a place where many businesses want to be established.

With (renting) prices going up in the capital, you can easily pay thousands of pounds to have an office in London. A virtual office can be a great outcome, as it gives you many additional benefits and it is just a fraction of the price you are paying when renting an office space.

What is a virtual office?

Not having an actual office, but having a registered office might come across as a little unclear. That is why we are explaining a bit more about what it includes in this article.

A virtual office is an office that exists in cyberspace. It is usually used by businesses or individuals who work from home, online, or from remote locations. As we have seen a huge increase in working from home since the pandemic, there is more interest in virtual offices.

A virtual office can be a great way to make your business appear more professional and established, without the need for a physical office space.

At Venture X UK we offer virtual offices, which include:

· Access to a prestigious business address in London
· Mail forwarding and parcel handling services
· Telephone redirection and answering services
· Meeting room access and access to other on-demand amenities
· Access to our events program and Member Community

The benefits of having a virtual office in London

More and more companies are deciding to work remotely and there has been an uprising in digital nomads, traveling the world while working in coffee shops and hotels.

Times have changed, which means businesses change too. A traditional office set up is not gone either, it is just that we are seeing more and more flexible options and solutions.

As a business owner, it is important to build a trustworthy brand. A virtual office in London can provide your business a prestigious address in one of the world’s most iconic cities.

These are some of the benefits to having a virtual office in London:

Prestige: Having a virtual office in London instantly gives your business a boost in prestige and credibility. Venture X is located in beautiful locations in West London – Chiswick and White City.

Not that we are bragging about how great these locations are (ok.. maybe a little bit), but we are sure potential clients and partners will be impressed by your Venture X London address. With a virtual address in London you are part of the global business hub.

Flexibility: With a virtual office, you’re not tied down to a single location. You can work from anywhere in the world, as long as you have an internet connection. This is ideal for businesses that need to be agile and responsive to change.

Cost-effective: Traditional office space in London is known to be expensive. A virtual office can save you money on rent, utilities, and other overhead costs. You won’t need to maintain a physical office space,so you can invest those savings back into your business.

Can I use a virtual address for HMRC?

If you’re thinking about using a virtual office as your registered office for your company, you may be wondering if it’s possible to do so with HMRC. Fortunately, the answer is yes, it is possible to use a virtual address for HMRC correspondence.

There are a few things to keep in mind if you’re going to use a virtual address for HMRC correspondence. First, you’ll need to make sure that your virtual office is able to receive mail on your behalf. Second, you’ll need to provide HMRC with the correct address for your virtual office. And third, you may need to provide HMRC with additional information about your company’s registered office if they request it. You’ll also need to provide us with as much information as we require to run appropriate background checks on you and your business.

Overall, using a virtual office as your registered office for your company is a perfectly acceptable option with HMRC. Just be sure to keep the above things in mind and you’ll be all set!

If you’re interested in having a virtual office in London, please contact us by emailing:, via the WhatsApp feature on our website or call us directly on 0203 585 2900.

Spacious and Green Lobby at Venture X White City

5 Benefits to Renting a Flexible Workspace in West London

Looking for a flexible workspace in West London? Here are some reasons why your company can benefit from a serviced, flexible workspace. Whether you are a business owner, freelancer, or an entrepreneur looking to rent a desk or office in a coworking space in West London. Finding your ‘home away from home’ allows you to create the right culture conducive to the success of your business.

As our tagline says, we believe this is the future of workspace. A flexible office space offers you so much more than just a nice environment to work from. We have seen a shift in working from home during the pandemic, but we also believe that there is a need for socialisation. Flexible workspaces are the perfect outcome during these uncertain times. West London has a vibrant community, which makes it not only an enjoyable place to live in, but also to work from.

Options for Flexible Workspace in West London

Finding a coworking space in West London means finding a place where your business and employees can thrive. If you are looking to rent an office in the West London area, it is good to know the options.

Our offices can be rented either privately or as coworking spaces, depending on your company’s needs.
Our offices can fit smaller startups and larger companies with hundreds of employees looking to move.
A coworking space is available starting with a 3 months membership, with businesses taking memberships to either hot-desks (working at different desks each day) or a dedicated desk (including locking storage).
Our co-working spaces in West London offer flexible leasing contracts, meaning that you can work at a coworking space without a long-term lease agreement or obligation.

5 Benefits to Renting a Flexible Workspace in West London

A flexible office is also referred to as a flex space. While the traditional method used to be to buy an office space for yourself, flex spaces have changed the game. It is now possible to enjoy an office space with less commitment. So what are the 5 benefits to renting a flexible office space?

The Community

We believe the creative, collaborative community offered by a co-working space is undoubtedly linked with resilience and longevity in business. We have already mentioned the social aspect of getting back into the office. Socialising is an important part of the work culture and increases your network and collaborations.

When you are part of a co-working space, you will not only see your colleagues on a day-to-day basis, but also other businesses and their employees. The community of a co-working space has an environment that is conducive to great work and flexibility.

The Amenities

Flexible serviced office spaces give you the option of working in productive, well-designed office spaces, with all your needs right on-site. At our flex office spaces in Chiswick Park and White City, the facilities are top-quality, from modern A.V.s, IT support and security, to ergonomically designed working stations and easy-to-book meeting rooms. Most of these amenities are included in our membership or are easily accessible to book.

Room to grow

Flexible workspaces offer plenty of room to grow, either as a short-term solution until larger offices are available, or a long-term solution. As you’re growing as a company, it is a benefit to have flexible workspaces so you’re not committed to a certain size of office. It allows you to have the ability to reconfigure the office with ease as your company grows.

No long-term obligations

A huge benefit is that flex spaces are, as the name says, flexible. This means you are not tied to a contract for the next 5 to 10 years. Especially in these uncertain times, it is important to have that flexibility. We believe this makes entrepreneurship more pleasant as you can adapt your environment to the wishes of your company.

Fixed Rates

Let’s say you are a start-up looking for a flexible office space in West London. It can be very expensive to find an office, as you have to purchase most amenities and furniture yourself. Oh, and don’t forget about the cleaning costs and everything else you have to think about when moving in.

Finding an office space that meets all your needs can be stressful, but also very expensive. A co-working space that has everything on site makes your life easier, but is also cost-efficient in the long term as you pay a fixed rate.

So there you go, our view on the benefits of working from a flexible workspace in West London. We hope you enjoyed this article. If you’re interested in booking a tour in one of our workspaces in West London, please contact us by emailing:, via the WhatsApp feature on our website or call us directly on 0203 585 2900.

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West London Coworking: highlighting White City and Chiswick Park

West London Coworking: highlighting White City and Chiswick Park

Coworking in West London? It is getting more and more popular and offers various benefits for businesses of all sizes. With easy access to the city’s most important commercial areas, it’s an ideal location for entrepreneurs and startups looking to grow their businesses. Venture X is situated in West London in both White City and Chiswick Park, in this article we will show you the perks of each area.

West London Coworking Benefits

West London is not only home to the thriving Westfield shopping mall, it also has more and more companies that establish their businesses here. There are already a few really big names out there. BBC for example has helped to establish the White City area as a hub for media and the creative industries.

Another big one which you have probably (well almost certainly…) heard of: Starbucks! Did you know their headquarter is established in Chiswick Park?

One of the key benefits of coworking in West London is the area’s excellent transport links. With easy access to the city centre, Heathrow Airport and other areas of the city, it’s a convenient location for businesses. Even if you like to work from home a couple of days a week, coworking means flexible working terms (and hours).

West London Coworking in White City

One of the best areas for coworking in West London is White City. Located in the Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, White City is a thriving commercial hub with excellent transport links to central London.

It’s home to some of the city’s most innovative startups and is quickly becoming a go-to destination for many businesses.

When you’re looking for a break from or after work, there are plenty of places to explore around White City:

Head to the Westfield shopping centre for some retail therapy, Westfield has over 250 shops with something for everyone.
Take a stroll through the Japanese Gardens that are just a few minutes away and enjoy some greenery in the city. If you’re looking for a bigger park, Holland Park is not too far away by bus.
Breakfast, lunch or dinner? Be sure to check out the many restaurants and cafes in the area like Kricket (modern Indian restaurant), Bluebird Cafe (European Cuisine) or Patty & Bun (delicious burgers).

West London Coworking in Chiswick Park

Another popular area for coworking in West London is Chiswick Park. A beautiful, leafy business park that is home to a number of businesses.

Chiswick Park is a bit more quiet than the area of White City. It has easy access to the M4 motorway, multiple bus routes, and both tube stations Gunnersbury and Chiswick Park, making it easy to get around.

When you’re not working, be sure to explore the area around Chiswick Park, it has plenty to offer.

Head to Chiswick House and Gardens for a relaxing stroll, it’s a beautiful park that is nearby. Or, just have a walk in Chiswick Business Park, don’t miss out on the beautiful waterfall in the middle of the park.
Check out Chiswick High Road for some great shopping and dining options. There are also a number of pubs and bars in the area, such as The Old Park Horse (pub) or Ozwald Copplepot (good for lunch).
Exercise! Why not workout during your lunch or destress after a day at work? Virgin Active has an amazing location in the middle of Chiswick Park, including a spa and swimming pool.

Overall, coworking in West London is a fantastic option for businesses looking for a flexible, collaborative, and innovative workspace in a vibrant area. There are some great locations around West London such as White City and Chiswick Park, depending on your wishes.

So why not join us at Venture X West London Coworking and take your business to the next level? Contact us today to arrange a tour, discover the area and see our spaces for yourself.

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Wellness Tips for Mental Health at Work

The first few months of the year can be a bit cold and lonely. After the crazy busy December month, it is good to recharge. Whether that’s at home or at work, there are plenty of Wellness Tips you can apply for your mental health. Our mini guide will give you a summary of tips and tricks.

Working on your Mental Health at Work

Work is where you spend most of your time. So it makes sense to improve your mental health in the workspace. Whether you’re working from home or in the office, making time for yourself with these wellness tips is always a good idea.

To practise wellness at work, it’s important to prioritise self-care activities. We believe prioritising yourself is the key for mental health. We tend to not put ourselves first and that can make life a bit overwhelming sometimes. So ask yourself, when was the last time you thought about your mental health?

It is all about making lifestyle choices that suit you. This can include taking breaks throughout the day to stretch, move, or meditate, and eating nutritious meals.

Setting boundaries and practising self-care is key. Make yourself a priority and you’ll notice your work performance goes up too.

Don’t forget about your physical health though. Physical health is just as important as mental health, and it’s crucial to take care of both in and outside the workplace.

Tips for Mental Health and Wellness at Work

Mini Wellness Guide

Our Mini Guide for integrating wellness at work and increasing your well-being.

1. Practice Self-Care

Self-care is an essential aspect of maintaining good mental health. It involves taking the time to do things that bring you joy, reduce stress, and recharge your batteries. Some simple self-care activities include reading a book, taking a walk or meditating. Even if it’s just for a few minutes each day.

2. Establish Boundaries

Mental health at work starts with establishing clear boundaries between your work and personal life. This includes not checking your work email outside of work hours (we know it’s hard!) and not answering work calls or messages when you’re off. By setting these boundaries, you can avoid work-related stress from spilling into your personal life. Balance is key, as they say.

3. Connect with Others

Even though many of us enjoy working from home, human connection is important for your mental health. This could mean connecting with colleagues, friends, and family, whether it’s through lunch breaks, after-work activities, or events. Building strong relationships with others can help you feel supported and reduce stress.

4. Exercise Regularly

Exercise has been shown to have a positive impact on mental health. It can reduce stress, improve your mood, and increase energy levels. So why not hit that gym during lunch time, or even before or after work? We know, that’s easier said than done. So maybe just start with incorporating physical activity into your workday by taking a walk during your lunch break or doing stretching exercises at your desk.

5. Practice Mindfulness

Mindfulness is a powerful tool for reducing stress and improving mental wellness. It involves paying attention to the present moment, and can be practised through meditation, breathing exercises, or simply focusing on your thoughts and feelings. It sounds so simple, but it really does improve your overall well-being.

Plus, taking a moment to practice this can easily be integrated into your day, as you can do it while commuting or sitting behind your desk.

6. Take Regular Breaks

Taking regular breaks throughout the day can help reduce stress and improve productivity. Try to take a short walk, grab a snack, or simply stretch your legs every hour or two to help you recharge. Some people even set an alarm, just so they won’t forget to have a break.

Mental Health and Prioritising yourself

Hopefully these wellness tips will help you to take care of your mental health at work. Incorporating these simple tips into your daily routine can take a little bit of time and to be honest, sometimes we just forget (because we are human). However, by setting an alarm or putting something in the calendar, it’s easier to remind yourself.

Just remember to prioritise yourself. That doesn’t mean being selfish, it does mean you’re willing to show up at work with your best foot forward, feeling more relaxed and less drained.

Are you experiencing intense feelings of sadness at work?…

If you’re feeling overwhelmed or struggling with your mental health, don’t hesitate to seek professional help. Depression or a burnout can influence your well-being a lot.

If you are or know anyone who is dealing with depression, we recommend reaching out for support, please find out more information here.

This Wellness Mini Guide was brought to you by Venture X London. If you’re interested in learning more about our co-working spaces in West-London, please contact us by emailing:, via the WhatsApp feature on our website or call us directly on 0203 585 2900.

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