Co-working operator Hub Australia to open new Sydney facility – “Co-working operator Hub Australia has expanded in Sydney, taking over almost an entire building on Liverpool Street on the east side of Hyde Park. The provider will take four of the five floors – or 4200 square metres in all – at 223 Liverpool Street, which is owned by European investor ST Real Estate”.

A Hyde Park home for co-working operator Hub Australia – “For Hub Australia, the tenancy is a significant addition on its existing William Street facility, taking its Sydney footprint past 5,000 sq m. With facilities in Adelaide and Melbourne, Hub Australia now has more than 10,000 sq m of co-working space in its national portfolio. The larger sites allow Hub Australia to bring in more amenities. At the Hyde Park hub, which is being fitted out by Hassell, there will be a cafe, a rooftop terrace, meeting rooms and a gym”.

Bright Sparks Rewarded at Hub Adelaide – The program, supported by Renewal SA includes 12 months sponsored use of Hub Adelaide, a spot on New Venture Institute’s Venture Dorm program and facilitated mentorship through Hub Australia’s national and international networks.

Co-Working Gains Momentum as Larger Companies Move In – “The biggest attraction for businesses with larger teams is mostly driven by the desire to tap into what co-working ecosystems like Hub offer (community, creativity, connectivity and networking), with the added benefit of being able to leave the studio as it is and lock up at the end of the day”.

Co-working grows 35% in year – Melbourne’s co-working culture is the biggest in Australia, occupying 56 per cent of the 116,955sq m of space in the main capital cities of Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.

Co-working grows 35% in year – “Many corporations are looking at the benefits of shared, collaborative workspaces and are bridging the gap between what small businesses, freelancers and employees want in the workplace and what traditional landlords offer,”

Co-working grows 35% in year – Melbourne’s co-working culture is the biggest in Australia, occupying 56 per cent of the 116,955sq m of space in the main capital cities of Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.

Five Must-Haves for an inspiring Coworking Space From Brad Krauskopf – “Coworking has evolved from its start up and freelancer roots to a go-to resource for many growing business and even large corporates looking to connect to innovation. With so many coworking spaces available, Brad Krauskopf, CEO & Founder of Australian coworking pioneer Hub Australia, has put together his five top things to look for, to ensure you find a space that really helps your business flourish”.

Sydney and Melbourne’s co-working trend on the rise – Hub Australia opened Victoria’s largest co-working space, Hub Southern Cross, in Melbourne, while New York-based WeWork launched its first Australian site in Sydney.

Co-working grows 35% in year – “The volume of co-working space in Melbourne grew 35 per cent in the past year” with Hub Southern Cross claiming the biggest space which more than doubled the space it occupied when it relocated into 3900sq m of space at the Mail Exchange Building.

Co-working grows 35% in year “The biggest of those is Hub Melbourne, which more than doubled the space it occupied when it relocated into 3900sq m of space at the Mail Exchange Building on the corner of Bourke and Spencer streets last November”.

Co-working spaces expand across Melbourne – “The amount of space occupied by co-working hubs in Melbourne has increased a staggering 750 per cent in the past three years”. Hub Australia opens the largest space in Victoria almost four times the size of the old site.

Melbourne’s largest co-working Hub opens – “A fully-fledged flexible office sector has emerged. It includes various kinds of space and a diversity of users, from freelancers, to start-ups, to major corporates looking to house a project team”.

Knight Frank: Sydney’s co-working culture October 2016 – “Moving away from the origins of traditional hot-desking for freelancers, coworking offerings now include small and large private offices, dedicated desks, onsite cafeterias, premium meeting spaces and childcare”.

Onyapreneur: Brad Krauskopf, Hub Australia Founder “What sets us apart from other coworking spaces is our focus is on growing businesses and also the diversity of our members”.

Hub Australia boosts Melbourne’s co-working scene – “We are privileged to be at the forefront of the co-working evolution, helping our members and their businesses grow and we look forward to seeing this continue in a new business home at Hub Southern Cross”.

Bookmarc: The opening of Hub Southern Cross – “The design celebrates the heritage building and features curated pieces to create a comforting sense of belonging and a home-like feel- it’s a home where businesses can grow”.

Diverse co-working ecosystems generate innovation and huge amounts of B2B trade – “Co-working spaces affords businesses a great deal of flexibility, which they wouldn’t get if they were just leasing office space”.

Inside Victoria’s Largest Coworking Space  – “The flagship Hub Southern Cross coworking space leverages years of learning by Hub Australia, combined with design-driven, state of the art facilities that have traditionally been the domain of large corporates”.

At home in the Hub: Melbourne’s largest co-working space – “It’s about connecting everybody, it’s part of the value we offer our members. They become part of an ecosystem of many different industries. It’s amazing how much trade there is between our members”.

Join the Community Manager at Hub Sydney for part 2 of the podcast –  “We ourselves subscribe to being a B Corp, we see ourselves beyond profit, profit isn’t our number one metric, we value how sustainable the business is, mental health our environmental impact”.

Victoria’s largest co-working space opens in Melbourne – The space triples Hub’s footprint in Melbourne, occupying 3900 square metres and two floors of the historic Mail Exchange building on the corner of Spencer and Bourke streets. Providing space for up to 700 members, Hub Southern Cross has a variety of private and open plan offices, as well as flexible seating. For larger company members, bespoke spaces can be customised.

Co-working finds a Hub in Melbourne’s Mail Exchange building – “As their businesses have grown, they don’t want to leave the co-working space but they do need more amenity, more privacy in order to keep attracting and retaining their staff. At the new space we will be able to cater for teams of up to 20 people”.

Hub Sydney (Launch) highlights – Highlights from the Hub Sydney launch party… the beginning of something truly epic. Check out Hub Australia: Produced by the Digital Storytellers team:

5 tips from an industry pioneer for choosing the right coworking space for your business – “The workplace and way people work has changed considerably in the past ten years and this is reflected in the demand for flexible work solutions such as coworking offices”.

Sky News Business, the Future of Work: – Imagine if the person working on the desk next to you was employed by a completely different company.

“Where small businesses and staff of much larger organisations pay a membership fee month to month to access a coworking space, but it’s not so much about the space it’s more about the learning and the connections and the business opportunities the members get by being part of a coworking community”.