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Coworking spaces are communities of start ups and small businesses who enjoy the flexibility, energy, innovation and companionship of using a shared space. Coworking spaces are becoming more and more popular in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. 

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What is Coworking

Coworking has many definitions, but essentially it takes place in an open environment where multiple individuals, representing separate companies, work in a shared space.

The Harvard Business Review says coworking spaces are: “defined as membership-based workspaces where diverse groups of freelancers, remote workers, and other independent professionals work together in a shared, communal setting.”

The modern workplace is in full flux and we can see this in the way that in corporate workspaces are being re-engineered with the goal of enhancing collaboration, innovation and serendipitous discovery.

The changing landscape of workspaces

The modern workplace is in full flux and we can see this in the way that in corporate workspaces are being reengineered with the goal of enhancing collaboration, innovation and serendipitous discovery.

In the drive towards coworking, and its proliferating range of forms real new thinking about the workplace is taking place.

The influence of the “agile” practices of development teams in the software industry has its fingerprints all over this future work style.

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Coworking is booming and it's here to stay

Coworking can be transformative, leading to opportunities and outcomes its residents could never have foreseen nor engineered alone. Coworking has the opportunity to touch any company. Its possible users are myriad, and for earlier stage businesses it is ideal, both for its networking potential and growth opportunities.

About Coworking

From the host’s perspective, successful co-working together rests in the space provider understanding its market, providing services that are appropriate, and ensuring that they can make it a financial success. If they get this right, the chances of success for suppliers and occupiers are greatly magnified. Amicus’ James Kemp suggests, “I think what makes a really good space is what the staff at the coworking space are doing for you as a start-up.”

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