Spacecubed will open a new co-working space at 191 St Georges Terrace, under a partnership with commercial property owner and developer Hawaiian.
“This is just extending that.”
“Some feedback we got from members was that when they grow to a certain point they would like to have an office that they work in with their team, but still have the connectivity to the entrepreneurial community that Spacecubed has got, and we think that this will really help to achieve that,” he said.
“Our goal is to offer a range of different inspiring spaces to our members and this will provide a really interesting space for them to work and start up their ideas.”
“As WA’s resources sector matures into its operations phase, it’s essential for WA to develop new opportunities in other industries,” Mr Gibbs said.
“We are committed to creating the largest co-working office space in Perth – not just a space to sit but a place to connect, develop, engage and grow new ventures that will become WA’s platform for ongoing economic sustainability.”
The Food Circus program is a collaboration with renowned chef Iain Lawless and will involve food and retailer stalls being installed in eight of Hawaiian’s Perth shopping centres, including Carillon City, Claremont Quarter and Bassendean Shopping Village.
“We know the world of retail is changing, therefore we are keen to explore ways in which we can create an environment that our communities want to engage with,” Mr Gibbs said.