Back to work January – Maidenhead Coworking day & speaker (Microsoft)

Back to work January – Maidenhead Coworking day & speaker (Microsoft) -

Maidenhead Rugby Club, Braywick Road | View on map

11 Jan 2017, 10.30am - 6pm

Calling all freelancers, entrepreneurs, small business owners and corporate commuters. The first #Maidenhead #Coworking day for 2017 is confirmed for Wednesday 11 January.

Don’t work at home or a coffee shop by yourself, or commute if you don’t have to, when you can come along with your lap-top and #cowork with like-minded others closer to home.

RSVP now through Facebook or Meetup

• 10-30am-1pm Coffee and work
• 1pm-1.45pm – Lunchtime Speaker Jim Thompson, Director of Public Safety and National Security Microsoft will discuss “Digital Security and the Impact of the Cloud for Small Businesses in 2017”
• 2-6pm – Open work and more coffee / tea / nibbles

£10 for day (pay at door) Price covers venue hire, WIFI, unlimited teas and coffees, snacks. Free parking available on site.

If you haven’t come before – Bring your laptop to work. We have a quiet area if you want silence, while we encourage you to interact with your fellow coworkers around the free flow coffee and snacks in the bar area. There will also be plenty of time to meet and learn from others over the lunchtime discussion.


Every event we hold an interactive discussion with an expert speaker on a topic of interest to our coworkers. On 11 January we welcome Jim Thompson from Microsoft who will hold a session on Digital Security and the Impact of the Cloud for Small Businesses in 2017

From claims of Russian and Chinese state sponsored hacking, to major leaks of customers’ personal information held by large corporates, to those annoying emails from Nigerian Princes or Internet Banking Phishers praying on the gullible. The security of our data is now more important than ever. 

With our lives and our businesses increasingly played out through digital channels;  our lunchtime discussion will look at what is going on behind the headlines and take a look at what are the biggest risks and opportunities for SME’s and business owners in 2017.