is opening up homes around London to inspire people to ‘Take a Leap’ in 2016 and practice their passion. Vrumi will be hosting a series of partnerships with small business owners and creatives, challenging Londoners to try that thing they’ve always wanted to do, whether it’s becoming a yoga teacher, a DJ, a photographer or an artist.
Research shows that workers are ending the 9-to-5, with 45% of Millennials choosing workplace flexibility over pay. There has been an increase in freelancing and self-employment, with workers choosing to seek work with a greater purpose, considering “a job where I can make an impact” to be essential to their happiness. Services like Vrumi are helping pave the way for flexible working. Vrumi is the revolutionary new ‘sharing economy’ service that specialises in opening up amazing homes as inspiring workspaces during the day. The service helps hosts to earn money from spaces that would have otherwise been idle, while guests save money on workspaces.
Fans of the service include Lauren Pope, who began her career as a successful DJ before joining the cast of TOWIE. Lauren went on to launch Hair Rehab London, a range of natural clip-in hair extensions which is now sold on the high street and internationally. “I love the flexibility of using a Vrumi space. There are so many amazing options to suit our needs, from private spaces to host a business meeting, creative spaces for photoshoots or open spaces for Hair Rehab London academy days," says Lauren Pope, founder of Hair Rehab London
Sisters Sophie and Ella created London Loves LA after they spotted a desire for the one-off, high quality, American vintage treasures that are so hard to find in the UK. The girls took a trip to The States and sourced the best vintage varsity and thrift from secret locations across LA. Their vintage selection is complemented by their own special line of London Loves LA designs, which have been worn by everyone from Harry Styles to Ellie Goulding and Little Mix. The London Loves LA girls will be hosting a pop up shop in a Vrumi space, showcasing their new collection as well as sharing their insider tips on running a small business.
Date: Friday 29th January 2016
Time: 2 – 9pm
DJ Jessica Skye discovered yoga on a trip to Indonesia. After a few office-based jobs, she soon came to realise that a 9-to-5 job wasn’t for her and she founded Fat Buddha Yoga, taking a
modern approach to the ancient art and science of yoga for the next generation of urban yogis. They regularly host pop up classes, including an class at a Vrumi space in East London.
Date: Friday 5th February 2016
Location: Unit B, 100 De Beauvoir Road, London, N1 4EN
Sarah Salter, CMO of Vrumi, said: “We’re excited to be working with creatives from different walks of life to show the diversity of Vrumi spaces and how they can be used to try something new. Our spaces have been used by lots of amazing people who have taken a leap, including new authors writing their first book, actors to practice readings, photographers, new start-up businesses and more.”
Visit https://www.vrumi.com and use the code TAKEALEAP to get £10 off your first Vrumi booking.
Available from 18 Jan - 29 Feb 2016.