Hackney,
18
July
2016
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17:06
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Hackney House Shoreditch - venue and business space

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Hackney Council has announced plans to re-name its Shoreditch venue and business space, resurrecting the popular Hackney House brand.

The venue on Curtain Road, in the heart of Tech City, opened in September 2015 as BL-NK. However the Hackney House brand, conceived by the Council for its previous pop-up sites around Shoreditch, has endured. The decision to rename the venue comes as the Council plans to increase opportunities for businesses and residents to use the exciting, versatile space.

Hackney House will continue to support local businesses by offering affordable meeting space and hosting showcase and networking events, as well as being available to rent for private events.

Hackney House first emerged in 2012, as a pop-up space in Shoreditch High Street, to promote the borough’s booming creative and tech industries during the London Olympics. The following year, it opened in another temporary space in East Road, where it established itself on the Tech City landscape, used by a thriving business community.

The current venue boasts over 4,500 square feet of space over three storeys. It includes a ground floor event space for up to 300 people; meeting and breakout spaces, roof terrace and the Cube Space bar and café.

For more information visit: www.hackneyhouse.london