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Shared Work Hubs Association of Australia has partnered with Connect Macquarie Park

By |November 1st, 2017|

Remote co-working broadens staff mobility Globally, we know the nature of work and the workforce are evolving. And employers in our precinct are on the forefront of this change with teams dispersed globally, across remote locations. Forward thinking organisations are challenging workplace perceptions by focusing on the outcome, not on the physical place.  With the [...]

Network meeting to be held at our members at Happy Hubbub, in Preston Victoria.

By |September 13th, 2016|

Dear Members and friends, You are invited to join our next Network meeting to be held at our members location at Happy Hubbub, in Preston Victoria. Happy HubBub is a coworking community with childcare in the heart of Preston in Melbourne's north –a shared office space or 'work hub' for you, with on-site short day [...]

Oran Park Smart Work hub thriving almost two years after launch

By |August 26th, 2016|

In less than two years, the Oran Park Smart Work Hub has made a big splash in the community. The shared workplace had just 15 members when it first opened its doors in November, 2014 and now almost 80 members use the space to conduct their work. Locals who have the ability to work remotely [...]

Geraldton creatives form an alliance

By |August 18th, 2016|

A group of Geraldton creatives and youth services has banded together to support each other’s ventures and add vibrancy to the city. Pollinators, headspace, The Comedy Emporium, Mara Art Aboriginal Corporation and the Arts and Cultural Development Council have signed an MOU as part of their union under Pollinators’ new CreativeHub space in the West [...]

”Getting back to the notion of happy employees, spending that time with family and loved ones or engaged in personal activities that make their lives more balanced”

By |July 13th, 2016|

Employees who live closer to a coworking space than to your company’s office may benefit from having the option to work in an amenable space that’s closer to home. The potential cost savings aren’t just financial: your employees could also save hours every week that they’d normally spend getting to and from work. Instead, that [...]

Are you a tech startup? A great read on the Future for Tech Companies and how it relates to utilising a coworking space

By |July 1st, 2016|

The way we work is changing. Firms of all sizes, across a variety of sectors, have increasingly started to supplement the traditional office spaces within their core real estate portfolio with a range of flexible and shared office concepts, such as co-working, in order to provide a choice of settings to their employees. The growth [...]

There are pioneers, revolutionaries, and next-level leaders who are all tied to one very strong belief: that ‪‎Coworking is changing the way we work and is here to stay

By |June 24th, 2016|

Coworking, by its very definition, is rooted in community, growth, and innovation. Because of the passion and dedication of thousands of coworking community members, the industry has expanded to what it is today – a revolutionary movement that is shaping the way our world views businesses, offices, and the way people get work done. By the [...]

The Milan Smart City Program

By |May 6th, 2016|

An interesting article about the Milan Smart City Program Milan, Italy, home to Milan Sharing City, a project within Milan's Smart City Program, click here to read full article

Meet our foundation members who are behind the Shared Work Hub Association

By |February 25th, 2016|

We would like to introduce you to our foundation members who are behind the Shared Work Hub Association : Patrick Wilde AM Mr Patrick Wilde AM was admitted as a solicitor in 1966 and has been the Chairman and CEO of the Henry Kendall Group, a property development and investment group since 1976. The group owns commercial, medical, [...]

Meet the Chair

By |February 24th, 2016|

The independent chair of the Association is Graham Baker.  Graham’s interest in shared work hubs generated from his five years of work on the Central Coast of NSW representing the Commonwealth Government’s Department of Industry in promoting industry innovation and local economic development. The Central Coast of NSW has 40000 people commuting to work in Sydney [...]