Work starts on brand new co-working space Work has begun inside Millennium Point on “Work Point”, a brand new small office and co-working space on Level 4 of the building. Work Point will consist of desk space, several small offices, a meeting room, breakout space and amenities ideal for start-ups and micro businesses looking for flexible working. Millennium Point is the landmark building in Birmingham's Eastside Millennium Point CEO, Judith Armstrong comments, “At Millennium Point we understand the importance of providing flexible working spaces to facilitate the development of micro businesses who account for so much of our cities economic growth.” Judith is named among 'most influential' people in the city by Birmingham Post's Power People 250 2017 Micro businesses have less than 10 employees and makeup 95% of the Digital & Tech sector alone. In addition, micro businesses account for 94% of growth in the sector – a key factor in the city’s economic growth over the next ten years. Judith comments, “We’re located in the heart of the knowledge quarter and have excellent transport links to the city centre and wider region, which will soon get even better with the arrival of the Midland Metro and Curzon Street Station opposite.” “As a building, our tenants include ThinkTank Science Museum and BCU’s School of Engineering and the Built Environment and our organisation is committed to supporting the next generation of entrepreneurs & STEM businesses in our region.” Lucas Architects are behind the designs for Work Point and have also been hired to redesign PLATFORM space on Level 1 coming later this year. Work Point is scheduled to launch in the middle of March this year, further updates will be released regularly on our website.