Andrew Crossley, a north east based entrepreneur, has started an app called Wocal, which stands for Work Local. The app allows local coffee shops, restaurants, and hotels to host their space to remote workers, freelancers, entrepreneurs, and teams, helping them create a new revenue stream.


“I’m excited to launch Wocal and bring together the local business community in a way that supports growth and collaboration,” said Crossley.


 “As a remote worker myself, I know how important it is to have a professional and comfortable workspace, but I understand the pain in trying to find somewhere that can fit my needs”.


Wocal provides a super easy way of finding local workspace while supporting local businesses and promoting real-time opportunities.


“Collaboration is an essential part of business,” said Crossley, and it’s important for Wocal to facilitate collaboration on the go among its users so we can foster connections that can lead to new business opportunities and partnerships.


Crossley added that “It’s important to change up your workspace scenery as this can help boost creativity and productivity”


Wocal allows you to work in a variety of different locations, each with a unique space.


For more information, visit the Wocal website. You can also sign up for our early access program at