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Free superfast internet as standard for new Shoreditch venue in response to Event Organisers’ biggest gripe

London Co-working provider, The Brew, launches a new blank canvas event space three minutes’ walk from Old Street Tube (163 City Road) in their fifth membership-based workspace. Within the setting of The Brew Eagle House entrepreneurial hub, the 150 capacity venue is kitted out, not only with all-inclusive hire of its AV system and PA system, but it also features 12 broadband ports and up/down superfast internet at 200mpbs, wired and WiFi, available at no extra cost to organisers.

The Brew Eagle House was designed to meet the needs of the 21st Century event organiser, who (when asked an open-ended question in a survey by ticketing platform: Eventbrite) cited ‘head and shoulders above every other request’ 
free, quality WiFi as the one service that would most improve their experience of working with a venue.

Commenting on the launch of The Brew Eagle House, Managing Director, Andrew Clough said: “Over five years’ experience of providing affordable workspaces in Tech City has shown us that free reliable, superfast internet is of the highest priority to businesses. The events industry is no different, with the prevalence of event tech on the minds of organisers, we plugged in a gap. We’re offering a versatile, technically equipped event space with a simple pricing structure and free 200mpbs WiFi and wired internet. And this means we can cater for any time of event from the tech events typical of Shoreditch right through to seminars and conferences, product showcases, press launches, PR events and gallery exhibitions."

The Brew Eagle House is now accepting bookings and has already hosted a variety of clients including drinks brand, Vita Coco; Japanese fashion house, Cav empt; award-winning photographer, Bob Martin; start-up accelerator, Seedcamp; and tech product development innovators, Swrve, amongst others.

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