Multi-platform brand Collective Hub has announced the launch of its co-working space in Sydney.
Based at Collective Hub’s headquarters in Surry Hills, the co-working space will launch with a mixture of permanent and ‘hot desk’ options.
Collective Hub founder and CEO Lisa Messenger said: “We created Collective Hub to inspire, educate and support people who want to do life and business differently.
“Over time, we’ve evolved beyond our pure media channels and have become an ecosystem that comes to life across a network of social, digital, live events, coaching, university education, masterclasses, and print activity.
“The way we all work is changing so profoundly; at Collective Hub, we are seeing a massive drive from people looking for a more entrepreneurial approach.
“We are building this ever-expanding community of like-minded people who want to connect, share and change their worlds. We are supporting them through mentoring, providing connection and resources, and by teaching the practical skills the community are asking for.
“Our mission is to take the inspiration that we see every day in our community and turn it into real, sustained action.”
On how co-working fits within Collective Hub’s wider strategy, Messenger said: “We don’t think of ourselves as purely a media business – we’re an entrepreneurial movement with media channels, so it makes sense that we want to invite those on a similar journey to come and work alongside us at Collective Hub HQ.”
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