What is coworking and why is this the future of work spaces?
Global Coworking Unconference Conference has estimated that the number of coworking spaces worldwide is set to grow from approximately 17,725 to 30,432 by 2022. Additionally, the number of coworking members is expected to grow from 2.3 million in 2018 to 5.1 million in 2022.
Shared work spaces on the Gold Coast are becoming widely available with many locations from Currumbin to Helensvale.
This is a rapidly growing community you don’t want to miss out on.
Coworking spaces range from large international organisations such as WeWork, who attract a diverse range of small businesses, startups and entrepreneurs to smaller niche spaces which appeal to specialised and local needs.
Shared work spaces provide a range of benefits, particularly for startups, entrepreneurs and small businesses.
With coworking spaces, you can forget about being locked into a traditional lease or worrying about how much your next bill will be. You can expect flexible memberships with spaces available to rent per day or by the month.
Using a shared work space can work out a lot cheaper than leasing an office space and the flexibility of being able to rent out a desk, or an office whenever you want is an added benefit.
Even though coworking spaces have many great perks like free coffee, unlimited wifi, and table tennis, which is always very popular, the reason these spaces attract so many people is the community.
Shared work spaces allow you to work side by side with other like-minded individuals to collaborate and share ideas – this is one of the main reasons this new way of working is so appealing for everyone from startups and entrepreneurs to large businesses.
COHORT itself is a niche space, situated in the heart of the Gold Coast Health & Knowledge Precinct. This space concentrates its attention on connecting tenants and growing the surrounding organisations and projects to accelerate growth in the health and technology industries.
Our focus is to support and connect startup founders with programs and partners within the precinct that will help them break the barriers to success.
Our 2500m2 space includes 46 coworking desks, 11 private offices with a further 35 desks, 930m2 of space to let as private tenancies, 3 meeting rooms, 2 boardrooms, a 150 person event space, podcast room and webinar studio, commercial coffee machine, outdoor gym space, bike racks, showers and lockers.
Contact us below to get started with this exciting new way of working and claim your free 7 day coworking pass to join our community today.
P: +617 5610 1906
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