If you’re done Zooming in your pyjamas and you’re missing that old thing called office buzz, consider ‘the hub life’.
For a growing number of Australian businesses, the coworking hub is the future of work. We’re talking flexible workspaces for small-to-medium businesses, startups and sole traders looking to love where, and how, they work.
Hub Australia offers premium flexible workspace arrangements for thousands of entrepreneurs, teams and professionals across Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane and Adelaide.
Hub offers members access to attractive amenities like on-site cafes, fitness studios, media studios and parent spaces, as well as community and professional development events, and member benefits and discounts.
Startup Daily, with Hub Australia, give you an inside look at the businesses living ‘the hub life’.
2021 has offered a fresh start for businesses around the world, and forced business leaders to re-examine their processes, standards, and expectations to help create workspaces and styles that help their teams love where they work.
This month marks 10 years since Hub Australia officially opened its first location, a 200 square metre space on Melbourne’s Bourke Street, with four staff and 70 members.
2020 changed the way startup founders think about working. And now, as attention turns to how we’ll manage returning to the office, the question is what will the future of work look like.
We spoke to founders at Sydney's Hub Hyde Park in Darlinghurst about how to run a remote-first workplace, along with advice for new founders on how to tackle building their startups.
Co-shared offices are not a new phenomenon, but many companies are now looking more closely at the possibilities to create workspaces their teams love to come to and work in.