Village Hotel in Maidstone signs up to remote working app Swurf


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A hotel in Maidstone is hoping to attract more remote workers to use its facilities after agreeing a new partnership.

The Village Hotel has teamed up with Swurf, a new venue-sourcing app that connects remote workers with spaces to use.

Remote working space at the Village Hotel
Remote working space at the Village Hotel

It hopes it will boost the use of the its VWorks co-working facilities.

Nikki Gibson, founder and director of Swurf, said: "We believe our innovative app is a real game-changer for the local hospitality sector.

“Swurf is still in its infancy but is rapidly expanding across the UK as new subscribers and host venues come on board daily. Welcoming Village Hotels to the app provides a clear blueprint for other hospitality venues across Maidstone, that struggle to utilise and maximise revenue opportunities within its remote working spaces.”

Maidstone's Village Hotel has teamed up with Swurf to attract more remote workers
Maidstone's Village Hotel has teamed up with Swurf to attract more remote workers

Jamie Hunter, VWorks business ambassador for Village Hotels, added: “We’ve invested heavily in transforming our venues into a really attractive alternative to home working. With more local businesses needing greater workplace flexibility for their employees, our hotels are tailored to provide hot desks and private meeting pods through to collaborative presentation facilities."

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