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The Great British Entrepreneur Awards has revealed the inaugural list of the top 100 co-working spaces in the UK, sponsored by Knomo.

The list highlights the entrepreneurs behind the spaces that are actively supporting entrepreneurship across the country.

Moving away from the novelty that it was once considered, co-working has been embraced by freelancers, entrepreneurs and big corporations of the like, thanks to its harmonious relationship between work and workspace; enabling creativity, growth and most importantly, collaboration.

In addition to forgoing conventional office spaces and lengthy lease contracts, co-working spaces offer like-minded individuals a sense of community, and invaluable networking potential.

And when it comes to co-working, the UK has been one of its biggest ambassadors, with countless creative, inspiring and innovative spaces popping up as demand grows. With data from SocialWorkplaces.com showing that close to 80% of the co-working spaces in the UK are planning to expand in the near future, it is clear to see that the popularity of co-working will only continue to rise.

So, where are the best co-working spaces in Great Britain?

The 100 spaces that you are about to read about are all innovators that are re-defining the way that we work and operate.

The spaces on this list personify the future of work, with an abundance of intelligence, inspiration and information we can all learn from.

These innovators and their spaces are the future of the way that we work and collaborate, and that is why by making this list, all spaces have automatically been entered into the Great British Entrepreneur Awards, as this year they are introducing the ‘Entrepreneurial Co-working Space of the Year’ award, sponsored by Knomo.

The judging process for this award is a little different to the way that we usually do things. As co-working is all about collaboration, the initial round of judging will be conducted via a public vote. Who better to vote and show their support for the spaces than the very people that they champion?

The voting for the Entrepreneurial Co-working Space of the Year Awards has now closed, and the shortlist will be announced shortly.

Top 100

@Work Hubs

465 Brixton

77StokesCroft

90 Mainyard

Baltic Creative

Bank of Invention

Bathtub 2 Boardroom

Bayview Synergy Space

Bethnal Green Ventures

Blick Studios

bloom.space

BOM

Bristol & Bath Science Park

Campus North

Central Working

City Working

Club Workspace

CodeBase

Cohub

Collider

Cooks Yard

Creative Blocks

DeskLodge

Different Projects

DOES Liverpool

Duke Studios

Edspace

Element78

Engine Shed

Entrepreneur First

eOffice

Farset Labs

Forward Space

Fruitworks Coworking

Greenhouse London

Hampstead Design Hub

Headspace

Hideaway Workspace

Home of Honest Coffee

Huckletree

Hwyl Hub

Impact Hub Westminster

IndyCube

Innovation Warehouse

Launch 22

Liberty Hubspace

Level39

MadLab

Makerversity

Matthews Yard

MildBunch

Ministry of Startups

Minor Oak Coworking

Moseley Exchange

Northern Design Centre

Nottinghack

OGS WORKS

One Alfred Place

Rabble Studio

Regus

Rentadesk

Runway East

SOHOST

SpacePortX

Spike Island

Studio Souk

Tech Hub

Tech Space London

TechCube

Techtopia

TecMarina

The Assembly

The Bakery

The Brew

The Clubhouse

The Collective

The Cube

The Dock

The Guild

The Hatch

The Koppel Project

The Landing

The Melting Pot

The Office Group

The Old Church School

The Refinery

The Third Door

The Trampery

ThinqTanq

Tramshed Tech

TrueStart

Warner Yard

Wayra

Welsh ICE

WeWork

Wild Folk

Wimbletech

Wired Sussex

Workhouse One

WorkPad