Emily Townsend and Talea Bader co-founded Workit Spaces in 2018 with the aim of creating a unique coworking space that offered more than its competitors. Workit Spaces offers coworking spaces, shared offices, dedicated desks, storage spaces, showrooms and more in the Sydney area.
What makes us different from most is our eCommerce solutions. Workit launched Sydney’s first eCommerce Hub – a purposefully designed space for eCommerce businesses requiring offices, showrooms, storage facilities, warehousing, logistics and fulfillment.
We pride ourselves on having created an inclusive environment here at Workit Spaces – our diversity is absolutely our strength. We’re also a pet-friendly coworking space, meaning you can bring your dog or any other well-behaved furry friend.
On top of our physical spaces, Workit offers virtual office solutions for those wanting a Sydney address. This means you can start an Australian business from home, or from anywhere you want, and be able to register with ASIC, Google Maps etc.
Our spaces are located in Alexandria, a short walk from Green Square and Redfern train stations. The coworking spaces are in close proximity to Erskineville, Eveleigh, Waterloo, Newtown, Zetland, Beaconsfield, St Peters, Mascot, Randwick and Rosebery.
If you want to learn more, feel free to get in touch with Workit Spaces to book a tour or just to ask a question.
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