The world’s leading provider of executive serviced and virtual offices, Servcorp, has launched its co-working service, Officeworld, with Hobart identified as a prime location for this service.
Officeworld provides Hobartbased business workers with the flexibility to work from their local area, instead of spending time travelling to other locations. Situated in a rapidly expanding commercial and technology district in Macquarie Street, it is building Hobart’s ‘‘keep it local’’ profile.
Co-working, the concept that office space is shared among businesses in order to keep costs low and productivity high, is fast becoming a popular choice for mobile business communities across the world.
According to LifeHacker, Australia has both the highest density of co-workers per capita and one of the highest growth rates.
The benefit of co-working in a professional space, in addition to the economic incentive, is that workers are able to remain productive without the distractions that come with a home office.
Servcorp’s Officeworld solutions take advantage of this trend, giving professionals the opportunity to work in a local Hobart office, either in a private office or shared space, from as little as $30 a day, which means you only pay for the space you need when you need it.
Marcus Moufarrige, Servcorp’s chief operating officer, said Australians were looking for the flexibility to work however, whenever and wherever they liked.
‘‘Whether you’re looking for a professional work environment to help clear your head of home clutter, or simply want to avoid the daily commute, adopting a co-working model will give you both the freedom you want and the structure you need to be productive.’’
Servcorp’s Officeworld combines a number of benefits to help clients remain productive, including prime office locations, a professional environment, access to wi-fi and kitchen facilities, on-demand meeting rooms and an onsite support team.