A new membership club which provides an inspiring environment for women leaders to work and network opens in some of London’s most exclusive hotels.
Spacemize has partnered up with leading London hotels to turn their underused bar areas into productive
Former national beauty queen Tzvete Doncheva has grown and guided Spacemize since day one. “I would go to work in hotels in between classes or appointments even as a student. It’s a nice environment but it can be intimidating as a lone woman, especially during rush hours,”
Doncheva said. “I’d wish there was a designated, more private area where I could quietly work on projects without being approached. Additionally, having several cappuccinos across luxury hotels every day can get pricey.’ She found many other women felt the same. “I wanted to create a stimulating space for females to do business in, connect and expand their social circle through monthly motivational workshops and events.”
Doncheva, Spacemize’s business development director added, “Working remotely can be isolating – a lot of times the lines between work and private life get blurred.” A recent Epsom survey of freelancers found 46 percent of respondents felt ‘isolated’, while a further 25 percent of them experienced depression.
“To work independently but to belong to a larger community of innovators, this is what Spacemize strives to achieve. For the price of less two Starbucks a day,”