In partnership with the Australian Government Funded Market Development Facility (MDF), The Greenhouse Studio launches Greenhouse Coworking. The workplace offers full-service for their in-person and virtual co-working community.
Waiting for a lightening of COVID restrictions, Greenhouse Coworking launches a virtual co-working community. Starting this week, the initiative offers flexible membership options for remote workers and those seeking a shared office.
As MDF Country Director, Malcolm Bossley, states: “MDF is happy to support this timely initiative to develop the first professionally set up and managed Co-working Space (CS) for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the country. […] This will now provide local MSMEs with access to a virtual community of support; as well as affordable office space; hot desks; meeting rooms; networking opportunities; and business development services.”
GreenHouse New Virtual Co-Working Community
Greenhouse Coworking aims to provide an online platform and a physical workspace. The initiative targets anyone looking for an affordable space to work and grow.
The new virtual co-working community membership offers:
- Access to weekly community and networking events;
- Classes and training;
- Funding, partnership, mentoring, coaching, and consultancy opportunities.
- Facilities with Wi-fi, desks, work equipment, and bars.
The core aim of the initiative is to create a sense of community among members to face the isolation and loneliness of the never-ending restriction.
The first free workshops will start on 25th August. The Dreamer To Doer workshop will teach participants how to react to the pandemic with strategies for goal-setting, productivity, and motivational tools.
Check here to find more information to become part of the virtual co-working community.