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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | September 17, 2019

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WeWork launches in Brisbane with Free Acai and Coffee

WeWork launches in Brisbane with Free Acai and Coffee

| On 16, Nov 2018

Globally recognised workspace company WeWork is marking the December 1 opening of its first Brisbane location with the announcement of a one day only pop-up installation located in the CBD’s Queen St Mall, on Monday 19 November.

Brisbane will mark the third city for WeWork in Australia, following nine open locations in Sydney
and Melbourne, connecting local businesses and entrepreneurs with a global community of
more than 270,000 creators and access to over 280 WeWork locations around the world.

Expanding to Brisbane will broaden WeWork members’ access to work across the east coast
and support Brisbane City Council’s mission to be a centre for growth, digital innovation and
technology.

Open to the public on Monday 19 November, the experiential space will be an opportunity for
the Brisbane community to get a ‘taste’ of WeWork with a complimentary TGIM brekkie
including free Acai bowls and an onsite Industry Beans barista as befits a WeWork
space.

The morning pop-up, running from 7am – 11am, will also include a mini virtual reality lounge,
entertainment from local radio station Nova 106.9 and ample seating for the community to come
together and celebrate the start of the week, allowing visitors the opportunity to experience the
comforts of a WeWork office space.

WeWork office space

WeWork Australia General Manager, Balder Tol, said: “Technology has completely changed
the way people live, work, and play, and we are seeking human to human connection now
more than ever. Everything we do is focused around fostering a global community. Much
more than just a workspace, we are actively bringing an already flourishing community of
local entrepreneurs, startups and larger companies together with like-minded people all
over the world.

“Curated for members to connect, learn, and grow, events are an essential part of the
WeWork experience. Designed to bring people together every day, space is our platform,
and community is our catalyst, so events are an opportunity to connect with other people
in real life. ”

A global company with a local playbook, WeWork focuses on evolving a space into an
experience, ensuring each individual location reflects the community in which it is situated.
WeWork is a global network of workspaces where companies and people grow together,
transforming buildings into dynamic environments for creativity, focus, and connection.

WeWork’s new Brisbane location at 310 Edward St, will mark the eleventh WeWork location in
Australia, opening the same day as 383 George St in Sydney.