"The hot new venue for small businesses and sole traders to meet and work"
- Cambridge News

Your own Coworking Space from just £10
Book a space on one of our workshops or networking events
Meeting rooms to hire from just £10 an hour
Hire our facilities to host your own workshop or networking event
Email info@cambridgebusinesslounge.com for more information
Virtual Receptionist, Virtual Office and other Business Support Services

Coworking @ CBL

Work in a professional and relaxed environment and share experiences and skills with other business professionals. Facilities include:
  • High Speed WiFi
  • Refreshments inc Nespresso™ Coffee
  • Join Our Coworking Community
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Meeting Rooms

Rent a Serviced Office in the City Centre on very flexible terms. You can also hire one of our bright and spacious meeting rooms by the hour or longer, providing the perfect location to host:
  • Recruitment Interviews
  • Product demonstrations
  • Private Negotiations
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Training and Networking Events

Interactive Workshops and Networking Events for Start-Ups and Small Businesses including:
  • Start-Up Cambridge
  • Cambridge Bloggers Meetup
  • The Inspired Group
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Business and Start-Up Support

We can full support your business with our virtual office and virtual assistant service, as well as general administrative support including:
  • Virtual Assistant
  • Virtual Receptionist
  • Virtual Office
  • Start-Up Support
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Latest News

A Start-Up’s Guide to Intellectual Property

So far, in our A-Z Guide to Starting a Business, we’ve looked at topics including bookkeeping, data backup, and funding. With so much to cover, it’s no surprise that intellectual property (IP) sometimes takes a back seat when setting up.  The World Intellectual Property Organisation describe IP as the “creations of the mind, such as inventions; […]

Why You Shouldn’t Sit At Your Desk All Day and What You Can Do About It

In the 1950’s, The Lancet published the results of a study between bus drivers and bus conductors, the results of which showed that the bus drivers had twice the risk of developing heart disease, compared to the conductor colleagues. Why? Simply because they spent so much longer sitting down. The lesson learnt? Standing is good […]