Melbourne Is Hot Among Giant Coworking Operators
A recent Fortune article claims that “Melbourne is the new, must-have, destination for global coworking giants, with both WeWork and RocketSpace opening their doors in the central business district over the coming months.”
But we kind of already knew and expected this. The GCUC Australia edition, held a few weeks back, was proof that coworking in APAC and Melbourne specifically is something we all want to keep our eyes on.
Read more about WeWork and RocketSpace’s arrival in Melbourne here.
Regus Embraces Community, Helps In Disaster Relief
Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma’s devastating aftermath has brought many communities together. “No amount of textbook advice will prepare people and businesses for such life-shattering experiences. But at times like these, our industry can offer a small yet no less significant flag of hope.”
There are various ways in which flexible workspace and coworking operators can help in disaster relief. Whether you’re a local, independent operator or part of a bigger franchise, there’s something you can do.
Regus, along with various other operators, has stepped up to the challenge and has found a way to help those affected and displaced by Harvey and Irma. Here’s what they are doing.
Who Works In Coworking Spaces?
Deskmag gave us all a pleasant surprise this week by publishing data and insights of global coworking member demographics. Coworking has grown up, and so have its members, so the million dollar question is: who are those using coworking spaces in all corners of the world