NEWS21 June 2010

ViewSpace viewing facilities to open for business


UK— A focus group viewing facility called ViewSpace will open its doors next week in Old Beaconsfield on the outskirts of London.

The facility is equipped with high definition videos to record discussions and interviews, which can be held in either a viewing room, studio or courtyard.

Discussions can also be streamed onto a flatscreen TV in a separate breakout area.

The building was recently bought by local marketing company Project 4, which intended to use it for in-house conferences, but the firm decided to develop the facilities and offer it to outside companies.

Managing director Debbie Church (pictured) said: “These were services we were already going to use ourselves but when it became clear to us that colleagues from Beaconsfield, and the local business hubs at large, were also tired of having to go into London or couldn’t find somewhere that was easily accessible and that complemented their size and needs which wasn’t prohibitively expensive, we realised we could share this and it made economic sense to invest in these great facilities.”

ViewSpace will operate as a separate company to Project 4, the company said.