Award-Winning Digital Marketing Agency Expands to New Cubo Nottingham Workspace

Leading digital marketing agency, Adtrak, has celebrated its first anniversary at Cubo Nottingham by announcing it is set to expand into the new Cubo workspace at Standard Court in the city.

Founded in 1995, Adtrak is a multi-award-winning full-service agency, whose services range from branding, web design and development to search engine optimization, social media marketing and PPC advertising.

The company works collaboratively to maximise the digital potential of its clients who range from SMEs in the service industry to national e-commerce companies, both in the UK and overseas.

Adtrak originally moved into Cubo’s first Nottingham building at Fenchurch House on King Street in May 2022 after deciding to make the move to flexible working.

A year on, the company has announced its expansion to a 40-desk office at Cubo’s new Standard Court building in Nottingham, which is set to open in September.

Cubo acquired the former Nottingham General Hospital headquarters on Park Row on the Royal Standard Place development in April following accelerated growth at its existing building.

The new workspace features 50,000 sq ft of office accommodation arranged over four floors, with 630 desks available.

As well as the regular Cubo member benefits, Standard Court will offer a full wellness centre, including gym and spa. It also has a secure car park with 44 spaces.

Cubo was launched in 2020 by property investors Marc and Rebecca Brough. Over the past three years, Cubo has become synonymous with workplace innovation, offering spaces that combine the traditional requirements of functionality with a new focus on enhancing member experience.

It provides an experience-led lifestyle offer to meet the changing needs of businesses – from co-working and hot-desking to a designated desk, private office, or entire floor, all available on flexible terms.

Thanks to each centre’s 24/7 secure access, Cubo members enjoy all year-round flexibility in their working lives.

Member benefits include large communal spaces, private areas, break-out spaces, kitchens, an inclusive barista service with beer and fizz on tap, along with a programme of free networking events.

As a result, Cubo is the location of choice for a growing number of SMEs, tech companies and corporate companies who are looking for the best Grade A space in each location and is attracting a diverse range of businesses.

Commenting on expanding their private office at the new Cubo Nottingham workspace, Chris Rutter, IT and systems director at Adtrak Media, said:

“When we decided to move to flexible working, we wanted to relocate to a shared office space with a mix of environments. Moving to Cubo has exceeded all our expectations and provided us with a collaborative and inspiring work environment that aligns perfectly with our brand values.

“Our people are our best assets, so by becoming members of Cubo, we have been able to give them more flexibility in where and when they want to work, which has created a happier team.

“Choosing their work environment between the communal space or our private office to work for the day, as well as giving our remote colleagues the choice to work in any of the other Cubo offices throughout the country, is fantastic.

“We can’t wait to move into our new workspace at the exciting new Cubo at Standard Court.”

Marc Brough, CEO of Cubo, added:

“Chris and his team are one of a growing number of progressive SMEs, tech companies and corporate companies who are looking for the best Grade A space in each location.

"Over the last two years, Cubo Nottingham has gone from strength to strength thanks to our unbeatable location, amenities and high-quality space. The addition of our second site in Nottingham will enable more local, regional and national operators to take advantage of the unique Cubo offer.”

Cubo is rapidly establishing itself as the UK’s leading provider of high-end flex office and co-working space. It currently has a presence in Sheffield, Leeds, Derby, Nottingham, Birmingham and Edinburgh. A new site in Manchester is set to come on-stream shortly, with representation in all leading provincial centres planned by 2025.