Spacecubed makes a new connection with Bunbury located Maker + Co.
Are you a member of Spacecubed and travel a lot for work? Or are you looking to join a network of coworking spaces because you’re always on the road?
Fear not. Spacecubed’s passport programme enables members of the Spacecubed community to work out of a whole range of coworking spaces around the world, including some coworking spaces in our very own back garden here in Western Australia.
Just recently, after venturing south of Perth, we’ve partnered with Maker + Co, the home of coworking, innovation and creativity in the Bunbury Geographe Region approximately 3 hours south of Perth.
Supporting Western Australia's startup ecosystem
“The partnership with Spacecubed will allow us to connect the dots into larger markets, giving members the ability to access the Perth market, for inspiration, network building and ultimately growth,” said Katie Van Den Brand, Director of Innovation at Maker + Co.
The purpose of the passport programme is to create tangible connections, and deliver coworking, convenience and cost effective options for Spacecubed members on the move.
“This is a great win for us and continues our vision of supporting 20,000 entrepreneurs, startups and corporate innovators by 2025, and it also helps us nurture and grow the Startup ecosystem here in Western Australia,” Spacecubed’s Managing Director, Brodie McCulloch said of the partnership.
While many members based at Spacecubed come from regional areas of Western Australia, it’s important for the vision of the company that the whole of Western Australia is supported through partnerships and collaborating with likeminded organisations, support networks and communities of businesspeople.
Find out more about Spacecubed’s passport programme here, there are many more partnerships on the horizon, so stay tuned on the Spacecubed blog and see where a Spacecubed membership could take you next.