The Business Culture Hull (tBC Hull) will find itself the centre of attention at its next business networking event in April when it greets its members, and guests, on arrival at the recently revamped K2 building in the centre of Hull.
The new 90,000sq ft site, which cost its new owners, Trade-park Ltd, £6 million to redevelop. The iconic building now includes a visionary office space, as well as 14 luxury serviced apartments and the 100-bed hotel.
The complex has been inspired by contemporary, flexible co-working spaces, serviced offices and apartments in the trendy neighbourhoods of New York and East London, which has started to attract both organisations and enterprising individuals alike.
Kingston House has a modernist style all of its own and being one of the highest tower blocks in the city centre it commands attention since its heyday in the 1960s.
Visitors to this business networking event on April 18th will be welcomed by tBC Hull founder, Tony Bowler, who is excited to have the opportunity to see another thriving venture take off in the city.
Tony would also like to thank the main event sponsors, Brian Freestone from K2 and John England from Cabung.
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