Coworker Profile: BAHA (Acronym for Blinds, Awnings, Homewares, Accessories) is an Australian owned retailer of window furnishings.
With Australians spending billions of dollars on home renovation each year, BAHA was conceived with the goal of servicing a distinct segment of the custom blind and awning market that is prepared to design and install products themselves.
Meet Liesel Arden, Abbie Gibson, and Monique Hartman: Directors of Popped Creative -Byron Bay’s newest Events and Creative Service Agency.
Coworking is a global phenomena that is growing in maturity as an industry like never before. In most major towns and cities across Australia coworking spaces are opening up in their multiples to service the demands of people starting new businesses. So shat's next after Coworking? Local innovation The Kollective has an answer.
Inno - ahem formerly known as the StartInno Hub - has been going through some big changes with new artwork installations by local artists.
Sharing Is Caring: How Coworking Is Changing How We Work
As traditional office settings become less and less common, shared office spaces — also known as coworking — are becoming more popular. Startups in particular are turning to coworking arrangements to save on some of the initial cost of doing business.
Meet Kim and Mark Dawson, our studio couple. Married for 4 years. Kim is a SEO & Adwords expert and works for herself. Marc is a programmer at Opmantek, a startup business that publishes Network Management Information Systems.
Both are currently full-time members of the StartInno coworking studio so we thought would be a great kick-off to the series of our coworking member profile. We asked them both about coworking, startups and what’s scary about #juststarting”
"Rethink" Byron as a major regional entrepreneurial community. Byron's newest creative industries hub - the StartInno Studio - is up and firing. Find out how to #juststart