Eric joins the group from Studio Workspace, where he was managing director.
Prior to this, he was the head of operations and finance at Impact Hub Westminster.
In addition to leading Ringley Group’s flexible workspace operations, Eric will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of Camden Gateway, the group’s flagship flexible workspace building located in Kentish Town, north London.
The 10,000 sq ft flexible office space offers best-in-class technology, including facial recognition for 24-hour access, free wi-fi, cloud phone system and digital mail-house, with clients also being able to run a private network over the infrastructure.
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It will be run using Ringley’s cloud-based operational platform, Busy Living, which can be white-labelled, enabling operators to brand it as they wish, while also offering a customer-facing app alongside the digital backend.
Commenting on his appointment, Eric said: “I’ve been an avid follower of the Ringley Group as it continues to expand into new sectors of the property market.
“I’m delighted to be working with Mary-Anne [Bowring, group managing director at Ringley Group] and the wider team to help expand the business across the flexible office sector.”
Mary-Anne added: “We’re delighted to have Eric on board as our head of operations of Work by Ringley and our flagship flexible office building, Camden Gateway.
"Eric has some exceptional experience in working within the flexible office sector and his appointment will help drive our business model as we continue to expand our company.”
Ringley Group has also launched its ‘Work by Ringley’ app, which manages space, meeting rooms and more.