One desk day pm + our benefits pack.
Indycube is a co-operative working across the UK to change the way we all do business, and ensure that no one is left behind. By becoming a member, you can demonstrate your commitment to cooperation and help drive forward equality for the self-employed in the UK.
As a co-operative, we’re guided by an active community of members who share our values and shape our strategic direction, scrutinise our activities, increase our influence and ensure that we’re a consistent voice for the self-employed in Wales and across the UK.Indycube is a member of Co-operatives UK and Wales Co-operative Centre.
Indycube membership is for people and organisations who are passionate about independent working and self employment rights and want to:
Joining is really easy via our secure system. We have a number of individual membership options:
We are a values-led organisation driven by a vision, with specific objectives to shape a world that is fair and equitable for all. Our values and ethos are more important to us than profits, (we wouldn’t have gotten in to the world of coworking otherwise!) Some of our values include:
Indycube operates a democratic system of management that isn’t bound by the conventional notions of hierarchy. The choices we make as an organisation are made transparently, through collective decision-making. We work to a flat structure model, which means there’s no CEO or managing director telling us what to do.
Everyone at Indycube gets paid the same wage, regardless of what job they do. We are a small team, each fulfilling different roles, each vital to the success of the organisation.
We support the notion of basic income, and encourage our staff to work a four day week, using the fifth day to do whatever they like - volunteer, learn a new skill, spend time with their family, work on their own projects and so on.
Anyone can apply to be a member of Indycube without fear of gender, social, racial, political or religious discrimination. We value the benefits of diversity and strive to encourage it in our coworking spaces, which are also entirely sector agnostic - we’ve got a huge range of businesses using our spaces, from artists and poets to web developers.
We’re passionate about campaigning and have attended parliament to give evidence on Universal Basic Credit, with each of our recommendations making it into the report to government. We’re huge advocates of bread funds, as successfully implemented in countries like Norway, as well as the four day working week. We intend to keep campaigning for issues important to the self-employed, via traditional media outlets, across social media and in parliament.