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Mobile, flexible co-working for the freelance, remote and home working community.
We believe that a forward thinking collaborative co-working community will open up networking and friendships for our home-working, freelance and self-employed community.
With cafes, restaurants, pubs, shops, walks and the river, Yarm is a beautiful place to work and we're launching our first pop-up co-working space in Yarm high street on Tuesdays, starting in November 2019.
Let's bring community-based co-working to the Tees Valley.
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What is Green Tree Co-Working?
Comfortable and practical venue in Yarm high street
- Laptops to borrow
- Unlimited printing
- Free coffee and wifi
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Heating, daylight, seating
Free - donation only
- Social enterprise
- Funded venue
- Non-profit structure
- No commitment
- Donations invited
- Community benefit
- Free support with social media
- Free online resources
- Training sessions
- Guest speakers
- On site consultancy
Greentreeonline ltd is a social enterprise that has been running since January 2019, providing digital skills, web design and social media support to communities in North Yorkshire and the Tees Valley.
Green Tree Coworking represents founder Victoria's personal vision to create a friendly, accessible and collaborative shared workspace in Yarm.
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What people are saying
I’ve dreamt of a co-working space in Yarm for a few years.
I’ve been to see the Middlesbrough / Stockton ones but they’re just not for me. Not where I want to be.
I love the idea of a cool, on trend place to base myself in Yarm.
A designated space will add true value to Yarm’s economy.
The space is needed – the many freelancers and professionals working in Yarm can collaborate. Investment now would lead to more businesses opening and trading in Yarm and creating a strong community hub in the town.
Perhaps one day we will open a permanent co-working space…
but for now, a pop-up solution enables us to make it free, inclusive, flexible and mobile.
We think that our flexible co-working provision:
- Combats isolation
- Makes you feel part of the community
- Is inclusive and open to all