Former Workspace Group plc’s Chief Executive joins The Brew’s Board

New board member brings a deep understanding of transforming vision into strategic growth opportunities in the flexible workspace sector.

The Brew flexible workspace provider announces today the appointment of Jamie Hopkins, former Chief Executive of Workspace Group plc (FTSE250). Advising on scale-up strategy, optimising business operations, acquiring new assets and financial performance, Hopkins joins The Brew as the company targets new locations in London.

“Jamie Hopkins is an outstanding and respected leader who has shaped the flexible workspace sector in London. His eye for opportunities and his track record of scaling up by focusing on delivering a high-quality product for the customer will be extremely valuable to The Brew as we embark on our London expansion,” said Andrew Clough, Chief Executive, The Brew.

Having taken the Workspace Group plc through two equity funding rounds and significant growth, Hopkins brings over 30 years of real estate experience to The Brew. Hopkins is also Non-Executive Chair of Restore plc and a Non-Executive Director of property consultancy Allsop.                                                                 

“The horizon for flexible office space is a combination of financial growth with a positive impact on the environment, and with 12 years of experience providing flexible workspace, I believe The Brew is in a strong position to capitalise on new opportunities, ” said Jamie Hopkins. “I am delighted to join their talented leadership team as The Brew expands and maximises the sector’s growth trajectory, which has been buoyed by companies of all sizes searching for versatile office set-ups that accommodate agile working”.