FSpace: giving Fremantle creatives a chance to build ventures


fSpace’s Sabine Albers. Picture: Matt Jelonek
fSpace’s Sabine Albers. Picture: Matt Jelonek

CREATIVES looking to build a successful small business venture will have the chance to get off to a good start with the help of a local co-working space.

Creative co-working place fSpace and the City of Fremantle have committed to a second round of the Business Development Program, offering three-months of subsidised workspace and the opportunity to work alongside other like-minded people to local creative small businesses, such as those within the architecture, IT, design or film industries.

fSpace’s Sabine Albers said last year’s partnership supported 11 local businesses, with eight continuing to be successful in Fremantle today.

“fSpace is more than just a co-working space, it is an inspiring community of over 30 small business owners and professionals who are genuinely interested and supportive of each another,” she said.

“While collaborative work does take place, the most important element to fSpace is the atmosphere and energy and people love working there for two simple reasons: they enjoy being there and they do their best work.

“fSpace appreciates the support of the City of Fremantle on this program and we are excited for the next phase to begin so we can see who will inspire us next with their work bringing small business dreams to life.”

Ms Albers said the program was available to new start-ups and existing businesses looking to grow.

Visit www.fspace.me business for more information.