Tech entrepreneurs embrace workspace of the future at Fremantle Thinklab

Tim Dean, founder of Thinklab. Picture: Martin Kennealey
Tim Dean, founder of Thinklab. Picture: Martin Kennealey

A NEW co-working space has opened up in Fremantle’s city centre.

Thinklab is a new 110sq m space on Market Street dedicated to helping tech entrepreneurs get their business start-ups off the ground by offering a one-stop-shop of services including Wi-Fi, meeting rooms, a wireless TV presentation set and the chance to work closely with other like-minded people.

Thinklab’s Juan Vazquez said it was an easy decision to set up in Fremantle.

“Fremantle has so much to offer, has a real point of difference from the Perth CBD co-working hubs and we have found that tech oriented individuals thrive in Fremantle’s unique environment” he said.

“We will add meet-up groups, talks by business angels, venture capital firms and access to corporate advisory professionals into the mix.

“Whilst we can’t own our member’s futures for them, we can get them access to professionals who can help shape their evolving visions for their businesses.”

Visit www.facebook.com/thinklabcoworking for more information.

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