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Intro to CoWorking Open Day Feat Speakers Louise Karch & Philippe Guichard

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Level 1, 10 Dorcas Street

South Melbourne

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Dimension5 is a collaborative, social co-working community opening its doors the last Friday of the month for young start-ups and entrepreneurs to come and taste what we are all about ABSOLUTELY FREE!

One of the best things about coworking spaces is that they are all so unique and leasing office space can be expensive and working from home is distracting, isolating and boring.

Come in and meet Travis our Community Manager to learn about co-working and how you can make the most of this innovative phenomenon used by entrepreneurs around the world.

This event starts at 11:30 am with an introduction to co-working talk at 12 am with a tour of the space, at Midday We have guest speakers Louise Karch and Phillippe Guichard presenting a talk entitled

Design Powerfully and Name Strategically

You are then invited to take up a hot desk and use our CoWorking space for the day to get a feel of what we do.
Tickets are FREE, however, places are limited!


About Louise, Phillipe and their keynote - Design Powerfully and Name Strategically



Are you designing bold new services or products that must break out?

D5 is thrilled to present two internationally awarded game changers.

Philippe Guichard is an Industrial Designer. He will give you a powerful tool to innovate products or services. Starting right means you’ll grab market share faster.

Louise Karch is the CEO of NAMEfluence and author of the soon to be released “The First Two Seconds: Find Your Million-Dollar Brand Name”. She will give you the naming secrets ad agencies don’t want you to know.

Two superpowers: design powerfully and name strategically.

You cannot afford to miss this.


5 Ways Coworking Impacts Small Business Growth



1. COWORKING SPACES BUILD SHARING ECONOMIES.

One of the coworking movement’s most important roles is to remove barriers for would-be business owners that are caused by traditional overhead expenses like office space leasing, equipment, and furnishings. By providing shared space and shared amenities coworking is diminishing the impact of expenses and distributing them amongst community members.

2. COWORKING SPACES HELPS KEEP CREATIVE TALENT LOCAL AND FREELANCING. A byproduct of an emerging sharing economy, the coworking model also generates a creative economy made up of individuals who not only need an inexpensive way to operate, but need a consistent flow of new people, new ideas, and new opportunities. Without this type of engagement, creatives are forced to seek employment elsewhere, such as with a corporation, and this limits their ability to engage with other local businesses that could benefit from top-tier talent on a small-business scale

3. COWORKING SPACES BOOST THE LOCAL ECONOMY.

A local coworking community can effect a significant cash influx, upwards of $20 per member, per day, in some cases, in direct economic development through regular patronage of local businesses like gift shops, convenience stores, restaurants, bars, and local service-related industries—whereas larger corporations might outsource similar expenses in favor of a volume discount.

4. COWORKING PROVIDES A PLATFORM FOR SMALL BUSINESSES TO SUCCEED AND GROW, EVEN IF THEY DON’T REQUIRE WORKSPACE.

Local business like restaurants can also benefit from coworking spaces through direct programming, partnerships, and access to pools of available, independent contractors in industries like interior design or legal services.

5. COWORKING SPACES CREATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR GLOBALIZATION.

Another way that coworking spaces boost a local economy is through their flexibility in relation to the remote workforce. Now, thanks to technology, many employees have the ability to work remotely for a larger corporate employer from anywhere in the world, and their choice of “home base” is made much more attractive with the existence of an alternative to working from home. By ensuring that remote employees invest their income locally, coworking can impact small business ecosystems in as powerful of a way as a corporation’s choice of home office location.

Dimension5 is a collaboration between Dimension Data & Creative Universe to promote creativity, leadership, entrepreneurship, innovative thinking and social business enterprises.

We aim to spark innovation and entrepreneurship through having regular ‘positive human collisions’ with all of our community and their guests.

This is a space in which to go above and beyond, where anything is possible.

www.dimension5hub.com.au

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Melbourne, VIC 3205

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