- Flexible workspace provider Liberty has partnered with growth consultancy Atomic Sky and their TechHub incubator
- TechHub is a successful coworking and incubation provider in Western Australia
- The partnership aims to “turbo-charge” the growth opportunities of Liberty’s workspace members
Flexible workspace provider Liberty has announced a formal collaboration with growth consultancy Atomic Sky and their TechHub incubation services. The partnership enables TechHub to increase its high value events and activities and combine their successful incubator and sector building services with Liberty’s exceptional facilities management and customer service, across their growing portfolio.
Liberty are a leading provider of ‘Space & Service’ and are home to more than 200 businesses across circa 5000m2 of private offices and coworking space in the Perth Metro area.
Atomic Sky is a leading strategic consultancy that helps large and small organisations achieve positive business outcomes through strategic, agile innovation. TechHub has an exceptional track record of leading coworking spaces, entrepreneurial programs, hackathons, incubators and accelerators.
Jamie Vine, CEO of Liberty, said: “As part of our aim to continually improve how we help our clients achieve their growth potential we wanted to develop a market leading community event programme. A partnership with experts like Atomic Sky will deliver a turbo charged environment for education and innovation.”
Peter Rossdeutscher, CEO of Atomic Sky, said: “Since 2013, TechHub has been one of the pioneers and most successful coworking and incubation providers in Western Australia. With demand out-growing our original site this partnership adds exceptional value to the local market.
“The combined offering of exceptional service, flexible space and a proven innovation community, is an ideal solution for companies looking to innovate or grow.”
Founded in 2011, Liberty recently announced the opening of two new locations: Level 13 of 37 St Georges Terrace and Level 1 at 53 Burswood Road, which takes their workspace footprint over 4800sqm. The strategic partnership will enable all types of organisations to access high-quality events, mentoring, community and workshops. Liberty’s new 1200sqm Training & Conference Centre will provide the focus of these events.
Jamie added, “This is a win-win for our collective clients, future clients, and for the wider Western Australian business community. Together this partnership offers more than the sum of its parts.”