Tag Archives: co-working

Redcliffe Hive open for business

Podcasting, video-conferencing and Wi-Fi have come to Redcliffe with the opening of Moreton Bay Regional Council’s new coworking space, Redcliffe Hive. Mayor Allan Sutherland said Redcliffe Hive was an exciting initiative that would provide new opportunities for local work-at-home professionals, contractors and organisations. “Coworking spaces have become popular interstate and overseas, and council has already […]

Noosa Boardroom remodelled into ideal coworking space

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 […]

Report demonstrates potential demand for digital work hubs network

About 100 people representing the public and private sector, investors, operators and general community attended the launch of the report ‘Digital Work Hubs: An Activation Framework for South-East Queensland’ in Brisbane on 6 December. “Creating a support team to promote the development of these digital work hubs across South-East Queensland is a key step towards […]

Launch of Digital Work Hub Project research report

Establishing a network of digital work hubs across South-East Queensland could provide the catalyst for revitalising suburban and regional areas by attracting businesses and knowledge workers who choose to live there, according to the project research report to be launched on 6 December. The key findings and recommendations from the report ‘Digital Work Hubs: An […]

Demand for low-cost, creative coworking space in Moreton Bay

Fit-out work has started on the transformation of Redcliffe’s Sutton Centre into the Moreton Bay Region’s first home office away from home. The coworking space is being developed by Moreton Bay Regional Council in partnership with Regional Development Australia (RDA) Moreton Bay. Mayor Allan Sutherland said council had already been contacted by scores of businesses […]

What Not To Do When It Comes To Coworking Spaces

Alex Hillman is a community development & market communications consultant with experience working for various sized web software initiatives: local business through Fortune500. One of his projects includes IndyHall: Independents Hall which is a coworking space and community in Philadelphia. The space features designers, developers, writers, artists, entrepreneurs, scientists, educators, small business owners, telecommuters, marketers, […]

Libby Sander and Craig Rispin

Libby Sander Interviews Bernard Salt on co-working and the future landscape of the workplace

This short video was kindly supplied by Keryn Spriggs of Work Club Gold Coast. Libby Sander is a co-working Activist in support of the Digital Work Hub Project. Libby is Co-Founder of Work Club (a co-working space on the Gold Coast), Founder of Rethink, Founder The Future of Work Project and a researcher and writer. In […]