How to make your office a co-working hub

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Madeleine Dore

Sharing office space with independent creatives or other businesses can be productive, stimulating and economical.

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Collaboration and co-working are heralded as the key to prosperity in the ‘creative economy’ with dozens of creative hubs, incubators, and spaces populating suburbs across the country to stimulate connection and ideas.

The latest to join the growing number of spaces is a co-working incubator for the creative industries, ACMI X – the first collaborative working space set up by a major cultural institution in Australia.

‘This is a trend that is worldwide – it's going through education, it's going through industry, and the arts could be at the forefront of that right now,’ said ACMI Director and CEO, Katrina Sedgwick of the trend towards interdisciplinary and collaborative spaces.

Read more: ACMI X makes a place for living creators

About the author

Madeleine Dore is a freelance writer and founder of Extraordinary Routines, an interview project exploring the intersection between creativity and imperfection. She is the previous Deputy Editor at ArtsHub. Follow her on Twitter at @RoutineCurator