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We always need help around Ziferblat. For every hour you help us, you will receive 2 hours free back.
For register your interest please contact:
8am-8pm Weekdays 10am-6pm Weekends
Tomorrow Building, MediaCityUK, Salford, M50 2AB
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To register your interest please email email@example.com
or call 07802 726606
or 07711 199065
Sitting Room - Co-working - Events - Meeting Rooms
Ziferblat has a relaxing sitting room, shared office space, private meeting rooms and a full programme of events - it is place where you can do as you please, like an extension of your own home.
Work, Study, Relax, Play, Attend and Put on Events, eat cake, have a brew or breakfast or afternoon tea or.....
You will be welcomed by a Ziferblat host and can help to create and develop the concept by putting on events, volunteering or joining our team!
We have amazing wi-fi, newspapers, board games, a piano and record player, 43 kinds of tea, our own special Ziferblend coffee, we are very children friendly and dog friendly, too!
Part of what makes us unique is that everything you receive is free, the coffee, the cake, the wi-fi, everything, you pay only for the time you spend at just 8p a minute. If you want to spend the day with us, your spend will be capped at 4 hours and the rest of your time is free! That includes Vat and we don't don't charge for service or, in fact, anything else at all.
MediaCityUK is home to a wealth of talent and creativity. Ziferblat’s playful environment is designed to both spark inspiration and entertain guests who visit. With MediaCityUK’s help, Ziferblat spoke to hundreds of future guests in the area to help get their feedback and create a branch in their ideal image. Split over two levels in the base of the Tomorrow Building, the interior combines the building’s studio warehouse aesthetic with a cosy vintage sitting room. Ziferblat’s largest branch to date acts as a welcomed respite from the bustle of life on the Salford waterfront.