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Back to work for 2019 but nowhere to go? There’s more room at a South Perth co-working space.
WITH the number of parents working from home on the rise, having a space where they can work while their children are cared for is in high demand.
To meet this need, South Perth-based Studio 64 Group opened the first workspace with an onsite day care centre in Australia in January 2017.
Having been open almost two years, the popularity of the co-working area has continued to grow and pushed the need for a recent upgrade.
The space now caters for 10 people and doubles as a boardroom and events space, with six private offices/meeting rooms suited to small businesses, consultants and freelancers.
Business manager Christine Berger said it was imperative Studio 64 provided working space for busy families.
“Feedback from our existing families indicated that some businesses prefer working in a shared work space where they can interact with other business owners to share ideas and learn from each other,” she said.
“Other businesses still require and prefer the privacy of a private office.
“We wanted to adapt the spaces to meet the requirements of both, hence the conversion of some office spaces into a dedicated coworking area.”
Studio 64 admin co-ordinator Nina Salib, founder Kelly Chapman and manager Chanele Duscher at the refurbished co-working space.