The past 12 months changed the way startup founders think about working.
As startup leadership team turn their attention to solving the problem of how they’ll manage a return to the office, a key question is how to tackle challenges such as scaling up your business quickly and with flexibility.
Co-shared offices are not new, but many companies, from early stage startups to multinational corporations are now looking more closely at the possibilities to create workspaces their teams love to come and work in.
Hub Australia welcomes thousands of entrepreneurs, teams, and professionals through its doors every day, with locations in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane and Adelaide.
Offering the future of work, Hub has flexible workspace arrangements and terms for customers to grow their networks, impact, and business.
Hub offers every member access to a range of premium amenities, community and professional development events, and member benefits and discounts, helping them love where they work.
We spoke to founders at Sydney’s Hub Hyde Park on Liverpool St, Darlinghurst.
Here’s what they said, including how to run a remote-first workplace, along with advice for new founders on how to tackle building their startups.