MadLab Co-Working



Both our Manchester and Salford venues have co-working facilities available. For co-working in our Salford venue, please see here.

MadLab Manchester’s middle floor operates as a cosy and friendly Co-Working space. Our special introductory rate is £175 (+VAT) per calendar month for a full-time desk. For this, you get:


Our offices are newly refurbished, with secure fob entry, small kitchenette and support services. Membership of the Co-Working space comes with the following:

  • Dedicated desk-space*
  • 24/7 access*
  • High-speed Wi-Fi
  • Storage space for your personal belongings
  • Unlimited tea and coffee
  • Use of printer, scanner and photocopier
  • Discounted standard room hire rates
  • Discounted places for in-house workshops
  • Discounted access to prototyping tools in the Nano-hackerspace
  • Special rates on all-day NCP parking (TBC)
  • Office socials

(* for full time members)

Co-working at MadLab offers:

  • A ‘safe space’ for investigating, seeding, and testing new creative and social enterprises
  • A diverse membership selected to encourage collaboration and cross-fertilisation of ideas between artists, designers, technologists, and entrepreneurs
  • Proximity to MadLab’s creative development programmes and workshops
  • A platform for showcasing and sharing ideas with expert communities and the public
  • An events and social space for networking and knowledge exchange



Full time (monthly) £210
Up to 10 days use PCM £120
Up to 5 days PCM £72
Hotdesking £18 (subject to availability)

All prices inclusive of VAT

Email us at, call 0161 839 6324 – or pop in to discuss.

Download the Co-Working brochure here.

Current tenants

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Point People The Point People build and connect networks because we think it’s the most effective way of making change happen.The challenges we face today are so big and so complicated that individuals can’t solve them. They require us to work together in new ways. We believe that large-scale impact comes from connecting disparate worlds, from building new alliances, from co-ordinating action and from mobilising wisdom wherever it lies. So we connect communities; we share value; we build networks. We harness the power of folk who work across disciplines. We keep our ears to the ground. We open up the untapped potential of networks. We join the dots.We know that working across diverse communities requires diverse leadership styles, and that’s why we are such a motley bunch of innovators, entrepreneurs, strategists, facilitators and artists. We’ve been commissioners, evaluators and recipients of funding. We’ve run big government programmes and started small social enterprises. We’ve led incubation programmes for young innovators and provided strategic support to senior executives. We’ve campaigned from the outside and reformed from the inside. Between us, we’ve been there.
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