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Featured Space: York Butter Factory

Posted on July 11, 2017 by Stormy McBride in Community, Coworking, GCUC 2017, Guest Post

We are super excited to be featuring York Butter Factory this week. York Butter Factory took part in the very first GCUC Australia that was held in Sydney in 2015. Check out YBF below! "Established in 2011 inside an 1850s heritage-listed space, York Butter Factory is the destination point and open innovation platform for Australia's most innovative Technology Startups, Corporates, and Early Stage Investors with bold and global ambitions.Our curated open innovation platform focuses on B2B startups in the areas… Read More »

Featured Space: Deskworx

Posted on July 9, 2017 by Stormy McBride in Community, Conference, Coworking, GCUC 2017, Guest Post

We're back with another featured space! This weeks feature is Deskworx and we thought we'd change it up and have them guest post! Coworking is about Community By: Elise Loterman When I share with people that I recently made a career transition from running a not-for-profit university student organization to managing a for-profit coworking space, I often get quizzical looks and probing questions trying to understand how that happened. For me, the answer to that question is simple- the most… Read More »

Coworking A Return To Our Roots

Posted on July 6, 2017 by Stormy McBride in Community, Conference, Coworking, Coworking Trends, Guest Post, Speakers

  Coworking is being touted as a brand new Social and Workplace movement, which is sweeping worldwide across the Real Estate and Services Industries. The benefits of Coworking to Small Business as well as larger organisations is clearly emerging and these workspaces have become easier to access with the advent of cloud technology as well as faster and more secure internet services. Some of the reasons behind this growth include: Growth in part time employment. Growth in the consultant industry.… Read More »

Featured Space: Hub Southern Cross

Posted on June 28, 2017 by Stormy McBride in Community, Coworking, Coworking Trends, Featured Space, GCUC 2017

The latest addition to the Hub Australia network, Hub Southern Cross occupies two floors of the historic Mail Exchange building, right next to Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station. Hub’s beautiful location has an onsite gym which makes staying fit and healthy super convenient. In addition to that they have premium work spaces available, which serve up to 500 people on any given day. Hub provides the resources and learning opportunities that allow you to scale your business for long term success.… Read More »

Speaker Spotlight: John Preece & Kimberley Paterson

Posted on June 26, 2017 by Stormy McBride in Conference, Coworking, Coworking Trends, GCUC 2017, Speakers

The word is out... We are super excited to announce that John Preece and Kimberley Paterson from Knight Frank will be presenting at GCUC Australia this year. They will be giving us the ins and outs on the coworking trends as they relate to not only Australia but the world. Check out this sneak peak below... Session: Coworking Trends In Australia And Beyond  It is great to have a space and build a community, but if you don’t have a… Read More »

Featured Space: TwoSpace

Posted on June 21, 2017 by Stormy McBride in Conference, Coworking, Featured Space, GCUC 2017

TwoSpace is a Sydney born Startup now launching in Melbourne that bridges the gap between "the garage" and formal coworking spaces. They are a network of affordable and unique co-working spaces and provide this service more sustainably at the same time. How do they pull this off? TwoSpace partners up with restaurants, hotels, any other beautiful spaces that are underutilized during the day. You can link up with the TwoSpace Crew at GCUC Australia in Melbourne on August 25th. Don’t… Read More »

GCUC heads to Melbourne

Posted on June 14, 2017 by Stormy McBride in Community, Conference, Coworking, GCUC 2017, Press, Speakers

Did you hear? GCUC is headed back to Australia this August! Sydney was so good to us in 2015 that we decided we needed to bring the juice to Melbourne this time. So far 2017 has been a success for GCUC. We kicked off the year with GCUC USA in New York and announced 2 additional GCUC Global events for 2017 (Singapore and Taiwan) as well as the first GCUC Global event for 2018 (Dubai)... i'd say we are on… Read More »

10 Guidelines to Form a Successful Coworking Alliance

Posted on May 23, 2017 by Stormy McBride in Beginnings, Community, Conference, Coworking, Coworking Trends, GCUC 2017, Press

One of the most notable parts of GCUC is the tight nit community.  In the coworking industry we forego the term “competitor” and instead use the word collaborator. Power is in the numbers- or something like that, right?  Haven’t you ever heard 2 heads are better than one? The coworking and shared workspace movement has all but taken over and there is more demand than we know what to do with – competition is not necessary but alliances are. Take… Read More »

More GCUC Takeaways

Posted on May 19, 2017 by Stormy McBride in Community, Conference, Coworking, Coworking Trends, GCUC 2017

In the weeks after GCUC, one of our favorite things to do is read the surveys, comments, articles and take aways from the event. Since we have such a diverse audience and attendee base- the feedback is sometimes all over the board but it seems that this year most of our attendees are on a unified front. Much like many of you, we are also fans of the religion of crossfit analogy. Our speakers did a wonderful job of really… Read More »

Why the Future of Coworking is Uncertain

Posted on May 18, 2017 by Stormy McBride in Conference, Coworking, Coworking Trends, GCUC 2017, Press

Shout out to our friends at The Farm Soho for this lovely little review. Its always great to hear what the attendees and community has to say. We think that this piece really hit the nail on the head. Our industry is rapidly growing and expanding- we cant wait to see where the future of work takes us! It’s fair to say that GCUC 2016 left many feeling a little disheartened as to the direction of coworking, so how did… Read More »