Business Hubs and Coworking Spaces are becoming a highly preferred model of workplace. From small business owners looking for a dedicated private office to larger corporations seeking satellite locations, companies are finding it cost-effective and convenient to place themselves and their employees in a fully serviced space.
Waterman have invested heavily into this shift towards serviced space, and are now opening an 8,000sqm Business Centre in Scoresby, the largest of its kind in Australia. This is just 6 months after launching their Chadstone centre, which at the time was also the largest to date.
Beyond the cost benefits of serviced space, emphasis has also been placed in recent years on the communities at these spaces. We are seeing more ‘Community Managers’ whose sole responsibility is to keep members happy and to help facilitate connections between members. Waterman say that they have events and benefits for tenants to “get more out of their workplace than just work”.
“Community, in concert with beautifully designed buildings, expansive coworking spaces, fully furnished private offices, outdoor features for fresh air, nature rooms so you can zone out or work amongst trees, a basketball court for the necessary R&R, regular workshops and programs to support small business growth, and lastly, the best staff we can possibly offer to help with anything you need ...” - Waterman
Waterman launches Caribbean Park on the 7th of March. There will be fire, drums, keynote speakers by some of Australia’s top business owners, a food cart festival, tours, giveaways and hundreds of other entrepreneurs so to book your discounted ticket, and to learn more, visit: www.waterman.com.au/caribbeanlaunch