TMRW aims to attract the capital’s most progressive tech businesses which are looking to scale up and grow in the emerging tech-capital of London.
With 21,000 sq ft of offices and state-of-the-art facilities, TMRW offers 320 desk spaces, a range of meeting and board rooms, and a 200-capacity technology-enabled events space. Alongside these facilities are a host of in-house business support services.
These include web development, hosting and cloud services, public relations advice, recruitment, online customer acquisition, legal services, and accounting.The newly opened scheme, in Davis House on the High Street, was first proposed by the council a year ago.
Francois Mazoudier, TMRW’s chairman, said: “London has become Europe’s epicentre for fast growth tech businesses - an amazing achievement.
"The downside of this boom has been the flash-rise of rent prices, with many great start-ups being priced out of central London, in particular the East End.
"With TMRW, with our network of tech entrepreneurs, investors, industry partners and a vibrant local social scene, we’re establishing one of the UK’s best alternative clusters for tech entrepreneurs and start-ups.”
Users of TMRW’s facilities can also access unique business classes, organised meet-ups between people with complementary ideas, and a variety of activities that will help them network with the wider business community.
The building also provides space for emerging and established south London artists to display their work, and a café has been set up that focuses on the use of locally-sourced, in-season, freshly made food.