Tuesday 20 September
Sunday, September 18, 2011/
Today on StartupSmart, we chart the rise of one of the hottest trends in Australian entrepreneurship – co-working.
While the idea of sharing your workspace, services and even ideas with other start-ups may seem an anathema, many emerging ventures are discovering that collaboration isn’t a dirty word.
As we outline today, there are plenty of benefits to co-working. We speak to the businesses that have benefitted from rubbing shoulders with others.
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