Cowork­ing comes to travel in­dus­try

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TWO Aus­tralian travel en­trepreneur­s have launched the first ever cowork­ing spa­ces specif­i­cally for travel and tourism.

The Travel In­dus­try Hub, led by Richard Tay­lor, ex Eq­uity Travel Group, and Luke Craw­ford from The Visa Ma­chine, aims to “bring in­dus­try cowork­ing to ev­ery cor­ner of Aus­tralia and NZ”.

Tay­lor said busi­nesses of all sizes were at­tracted to free­ing them­selves from long leases and li­a­bil­i­ties, and in­stead find­ing a fluid space that could grow or con­tract with them.

Sim­i­larly for in­di­vid­u­als, cowork­ing spa­ces could pro­vide ben­e­fits in terms of pro­duc­tiv­ity and men­tal well­be­ing as they in­ter­acted with oth­ers.

Craw­ford said the or­gan­i­sa­tion was plan­ning its first spa­ces in Syd­ney and Auck­land but is also seek­ing in­ter­est across all re­gions - see thetrav­elin­dus­try­

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