Richmond's X street Spaces wins QANTAS' co-working space award

Richmond's X street Spaces wins QANTAS' co-working space award
Richmond's X street Spaces wins QANTAS' co-working space award

Creative workspace provider Spaces, has been named the winner of the best co-working space in Australia at the 2018 Qantas Business Travel Awards. 

This is the first year that the Qantas Business Travel Awards have given an award for co-working environments. 

CEO & co-founder of Spaces, Martijn Roordink (picutred below) said that "to receive an award from one of the highest rated worldwide and the most popular airline in Australia is very meaningful for us".

Richmond's X street Spaces wins QANTAS' co-working space award

The award-winning office, X street Richmond, Melbourne, was one of the first co-working offices to be opened outside the Spaces headquarters in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

The integrated working environment of the award-winning office consists of desks, tables and booths in an open-plan design with caffeine coming from locally roasted single-origin beans.

Damien Sheehan, head of IWG Australia & New Zealand says that he sees a shift in the workspace landscape in Australia and businesses are now looking closely at what this means for their corporate real estate portfolios.

“We are entering the era of the mobile workforce and it is hugely exciting, not just for individual employees, but for businesses too, there is a workspace revolution underway in Australia and businesses are waking up to the strategic and financial benefits that flexible office space can provide," stated Sheehan.

Today almost 70% of Australian employees are working at least one day a week somewhere other than the office, while 46% of Australian employees work remotely for half of the week or more and one in 10 people also work outside of their company’s main office location five times a week.

Spaces has locations in Europe, Canada, the United States, Latin America, Africa, Australia and Asia.  

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