technologywithin, the largest WiFi and internet services provider to the UK Flexible space industry, announce expansion into mainland Europe. The incorporation of technologywithin BV in The Netherlands and new clients on the continent demonstrates a step forward in the businesses’ growth and development plans.
“Next stop, Europe. There has been a shift of gear in the flexible workspace sector, formerly the domain of SME’s, larger global corporations are reviewing their commercial strategy to reduce risk and change their approach to the office. This is providing the larger players with multiple sites to up their footprint in Europe to accommodate rising demand”, says Jon Seal, Managing Director of technologywithin, “the enabler for this transformation of the office is technology and connectivity, we’re excited to be working with clients in their expansion and offer our services more widely to accommodate the growing needs of workplace management software and secure WiFi connection.”
“Whilst the coworking sector is still in its infancy across some countries, it is rapidly building momentum through growing demand from employers and employees looking to enable hybrid, flexible working and ‘digital nomadism’. The pandemic has fundamentally shifted how we live and work, individuals want to live near friends and family; and not forgetting the talent drain as a consequence of Brexit. Flexible working provides an opportunity for employers to provide this to their employees, access new talent whilst maintaining ambitious goals,” Jon adds.
A client that was keen to utilize technologywithin’s technology as a part of their own European expansion was existing customer and growing flex operator Clockwise, who already have a space in Brussels and are opening more locations in Bremen and The Hague in 2023. Their COO, Alexandra Livesey, said, “Having a technology partner that we can trust to support our growth strategy in both the UK and across Europe makes rolling out new sites so much easier.”
Clockwise are the first client to benefit from the company’s new UX for their twiindata product, an advanced network infrastructure controller which enables operators to manage shared bandwidth and assign WiFi permissions to tenants. The simplified interface – is available in several languages, including French, Spanish, German and Italian – allowing operational staff to complete everyday tasks, like adding new clients to the WiFi network, with ease.