Bubdesk community director Asha Stabback at the co-working space's creche. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Bubdesk a flexible work space

Perth’s first co-working space with a childcare facility has added a new dimension to workplace flexibility in the city.

Founder Meg Burrage and community director Asha Stabback self-funded the Northbridge business, Bubdesk, which opened in February, with an additional $10,000 coming from a crowdfunding campaign. 

It offers co-working spaces for 60 members, three office tenants and a crèche for 15 children aged three months to four years old.


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How amazing! When you are faced with challenges of balancing family and work commitments Bub Desk is a Dream Solution to childcare. When desperation sets in for a search for childcare vacancies in steps Bub Desk. How awesome is this? It is more than an office, it is great support in assisting all involved to be happy and productive in today's tough economic climate.

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