Central London – check, close to transport routes – check, easy to find – check, good physical accessibility – check, lots of natural light – check, plenty of space – check, and different types of space – check.
Plenty of seating options – check, and different types of seating options – check. Plenty of tables, whiteboards etc – check.
Good tech kit for presentations etc – check. Free, good, easy to access WIFI – check. Easy, self serve coffee, tea and other options – check. Good networking space, atmosphere and buzz – check. Laid back attitude to bringing additional catering in – check.
Somewhere to store bikes if you are a keen cyclist and want to cycle in – check. Great brand to associate with – check, with a help-others, help-yourself ethos thats perfect for Short Circuit – yes. Positive and proactive attitude to disability access ‘tell us anything we need to know and help us get better’ – checl, AND SOME OF THE NICEST, MOST HELPFUL PEOPLE ON THE PLANET – check. (Thanks Paula Le Dieu and John Bevan!)
Short Circuit went to check out access for Open Circuit today at Moz London – and it certainly looks like Moz has it all.