Rent your venue space to remote workers

Boost your profit by embracing the remote working culture change. Our marketplace will unite progressive venues and remote workers.

Marketplace launching Spring 2021

Work culture change

Post-pandemic businesses will retain the adaptations and accommodations they've made to survive Covid-19. Remote working is popular and here to stay.

Post-pandemic opportunities

We want to stimulate business at the developing crossroads of venue supply and remote worker demand.

We make it easy

AnywhereHQ is a marketplace for renting existing & underused space to remote workers.

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We'll update you on our progress and you can learn about the remote working culture along with us.

What's the plan?

We're building a marketplace for remote workers to rent conveniently located venue space that's equipped for their business needs.

But first, we're building a directory of cafes in the City of Bristol, UK. We're doing this because we need to understand the supply side of our marketplace.

If you're a cafe owner in the Bristol area, we'd love to talk with you about how you cater for remote workers, what you're doing to embrace this type of customer and how we can help drive new traffic to your business.

You can add your venue to the anywhereHQ directory by clicking here.

We'll be launching the directory soon but if you want an early sneak-peek of your listing, please get in touch

Rethinking workspace

What's changing

Recent surveys suggest the increasing trend of working from home is set to continue. In one, The Institute of Directors (IoD) found three-quarters of respondents intend to continue with increased home-working in their business' post-coronavirus. The consequences will be a necessary rethinking of the traditional workspace.

The problem

Big working-from-home advantages include reduced costs, no commuting, flexible work hours and the opportunity for a better work/life balance. In contrast, the new challenges of less social interaction with co-workers, inadequate working environment and increased distractions need to be addressed if the return to the pre-covid ways of working are not welcomed by most.

The solution

There is a better way to work. An increasing number of people are moving away from traditional office buildings, and opting for working from coffee shops, restaurants and co-working spaces. As office space becomes less necessary, freelancers and entrepreneurs alike are able to save money on overhead costs while maintaining the flexibility to work where they want.

In trying to translate the advantages and facilities of traditional offices to a new demand for remote working, we already find a sustained vein of accommodating venues where free WiFi, charging outlets and meeting rooms are offered alongside other goods and services. Our expectation of growth in the remote worker's demand for suitable space aligns with the approaching opportunities these venues will embrace. We will facilitate the ensuing business with a dedicated marketplace connecting both remote workers and venues which is automated, efficient and affordable.

Our roadmap

All marketplaces must overcome the chicken and egg phenomenon; how do you satisfy a demand if you have no supply to offer? Here's how we'll address the question. We're building a useful directory for remote-worker-friendly venues. In doing so, we can comprehensively understand the existing supply side of our market. The directory will include a registered-user review feature generating venue-specific feedback giving us both a comprehension of the market's demand and an appreciation of venue offerings. A critical mass of venues and users will readily translate into a marketplace where venues will offer rentable work space to remote workers.

A popular marketplace mantra for startups is "focus on the smallest offering feasible". This seems counterintuitive but the benefits of restriction become tangible with time. We've acted on this mantra by focusing the anywhereHQ directory phase on Cafe-type venues in the Bristol, UK area. We'll remain focused on this criteria for as long as possible with the intention of creating a "white-hot" centre of excellence that can be use as a flywheel for growth.


About us

We're a remote working partnership founded upon our common enthusiasm for emerging web technology and tools.

Jason Martin

With decades of IT systems engineering and management combined with a vast travelling CV, Jason currently owns an automation consultancy, transforming business processes and providing marketing + automation education services. His direct experience of international remote working afford him an enviably authority in this field.

Marc Fletcher

A time-served Quantity Surveyor turned no-code technologist, Marc positions himself to be an objective and logical contributor. A pandemic-driven decline in business has necessitated a re-deployment of his considered, detail-centric decision making, spreadsheet expertise and service building skills. Having worked remotely since the turn of the century, Marc embraces the remote working culture alongside an appreciation for change and the ensuing opportunities.

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