Digital 52 2️⃣ - In New Zealand, a company started a coworking space. Learn how and why they did it.
On an island - Positive Impact - Started by Larger Companies
While coworking spaces are very often initiated by individuals, there are more and more companies investing capital, time, and effort in creating different variations of collaborative workspaces worldwide. What is their motivation and what do they seek in creating such spaces? We chatted with Sarah Reading, Head of Workplace Experience at XERO.
Started back in 2006 in Wellington, New Zealand, XERO is very much focused on supporting small businesses. The company has grown over the years and currently happily serves over 2,000,000 clients (quite a few of which are coworking spaces) while also employing over 4,000 people globally.
How (and why) XERO decided to open its own coworking space? That's what you'll learn in today's story, by discovering Rewired by XERO a coworking space featured on page 161 of "Around The World in 250 Coworking Spaces".