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Co Working Space "The Future of Life Balance"

Updated: Nov 2, 2021



In days gone by, serviced offices provided a flexible way for startup businesses to get going. The benefits of one monthly price without the business having to worry about internet connection, cleaning the kitchen, poor location, poor amenities, support staffing issues, just to name a few, were appealing for small businesses. Co-Working spaces, are providing the services highlighted above but are also linking like-minded people through events and opportunities and providing broader connections via these events. So what's the downside. Actually, without being small-minded, I can't see too many downsides for a fledgling startup. The premise with most is that you can rent a desk as a single operator right through to more private spaces, which can accommodate room into the hundreds of people. The ability to have all the amenities in one place without having to manage the various logistical elements takes Here is a list of Co-Working Spaces that might be close to you.


Creative Cube

https://creativecubes.co

Hub

https://www.hubaustralia.com/

inspire9

https://inspire9.com/

Fishburners

https://fishburners.org/

River City Labs

https://www.rivercitylabs.net/

Tank Stream Labs

https://www.tankstreamlabs.com

The Commons

https://thecommons.io/

Spaces

https://www.spacesworks.com/

Stone & Chalk

https://www.stoneandchalk.com.au/

We Work

https://www.wework.com/

York Butter Factory

https://ybfventures.com/



 

About the Author

Adam Ryan is a Professor of Practice (Adjunct Professor) at Monash University and is a principal at Watkins Bay. He has over twenty years of start-up experience in Australia and the USA. An expert in company structuring for innovation, high growth strategy and capital for early to growth stage businesses.



 

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