Noosa Boardroom’s opening of a professional, yet casual, coworking space was given a big thumbs up by the 100+ people who attended the launch party on 30 January.
The Noosaville-based business centre was remodelled as an ideal shared working environment that meets the needs of work-at-home professionals, freelancers, start-up enterprises, independent contractors and consultants from across the region.
“Coworking allows like-minded individuals in a professional work environment to connect, collaborate and co-create,” said Noosa Boardroom owner Steve Lawrence. “You choose what best works for you.”
“The new space allows people to enjoy the benefits a home office can’t offer, in a flexible arrangement as you don’t have to use the coworking space every day; you can come and go as you please.
“However it’s not just about the space, it’s about creating a community of people who see opportunities,” Mr Lawrence said.
The launch of Noosa Boardroom’s coworking space was supported by many of the region’s business identities including local and federal government representatives.
“Coworking ensures connectedness and flexibility, and is certainly the way of the future,” Mr Lawrence said.
Noosa Boardroom offers 150m of open-concept planned business centre amenities including wi-fi, technological support, hot-desk arrangements and regular workplace facilities with shared access to printing and photocopying services, a boardroom, small meeting rooms, kitchen and reception area.
For more information visit http://noosaboardroom.com.au/coworking