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By: Adam Gibeau

With an incredible amount of space for many entrepreneurs, the WB Hub is open and ready for more collaborators.

Located at 109-703 Cotton Mill St, WB Hub is a new collaborative space, supporting innovation and entrepreneurship to serve the City of Cornwall, Akwesasne and the surrounding counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. This new area will be a shared office space that allows businesses and individuals access to have an inexpensive, flexible alternative to a home office.

“There is an upward trend of small business owners in the community looking to reduce the overhead they endure. Co-working office space is a great opportunity to do this. It will also enable people to get out of the home office during the pandemic.” said administrator Julie Larose.

WB Hub offers diverse office space with the option of daily office rentals, single offices, double office, executive office, board rooms, and mail boxes for each client. The business provides a co-working space while allowing clients the flexibility to choose the terms that suit their business needs. Collaborative office spaces will help clients create relationships with likeminded professionals, maintain and continue their own business growth.

“We have an onsite board room available for rent as well. This will allow our clients to expand their space as they see fit, and hold professional meetings.” says Larose. “The boardroom will also be available to rent for non-hub members as well.”

“We want to be a part of the next solution and help entrepreneurs continue to move forward with their business.”

– Julie Larose

Despite facing challenges along the way and construction delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic, WB Hub is ready for its collaborators to fill the space. Larose notes that “with the pandemic creating stricter business atmospheres, and making it difficult to work in a large group office setting, we feel the shared co-working space that we offer is a positive avenue for entrepreneurs to invest time and money.”

With ongoing expansions already in place into 705 Cotton Mill, WB Hub is ready to take the push to the next level. Speaking with VP Tom Hughes he notes feeling very excited for what’s to come. “This pandemic has really made us all work together at finding solutions. For some businesses this is make or break.”

The new construction will feature even more space, more rooms, more offices, and glass walls to keep the energy and spirit of the Cotton Mills intact. For more information, or to book your own office space contact Julie at: 613-936-1218

You can also find out more at: wbhub.ca
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Post Author: Adam Gibeau