How a London club enhanced its facilities with wireless charging

The Clubhouse, a London-based business club and meeting space, introduces wireless charging technology from startup Chargifi at its St James’ location as it bids to attract new clients

London business venue and members’ club The Clubhouse has added wireless charging technology from local startup Chargifi to its list of client services as it seeks to make itself a more attractive destination for entrepreneurs, startups, mobile workers and other people who lack access to, or prefer not to use, a traditional office.

The Clubhouse was founded in 2012 by property entrepreneur Adam Blaskey, who had become frustrated at having to meet important clients in uninspiring locations. Since then, Blaskey has launched the Clubhouse at two central London locations, most recently on St James’ Square.


Published by Mike

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