Joondalup’s co-working space sixty27 hosts morning tea for members to inspire each other


Anna Mitrofanova, Carleen Hill and Claire Creamer at sixty27. Picture: Will Russell
Silvia Durrer, Kay Parnell and June Ives. Picture: Will Russell
Julie Macey, Mariane Bornelli and Cema Santos. Picture: Will Russell
Lorraine Waterman, Greg Martin and Josie Daniele. Picture: Will Russell
Anna Mitrofanova, Carleen Hill and Claire Creamer at sixty27. Picture: Will Russell Silvia Durrer, Kay Parnell and June Ives. Picture: Will Russell Julie Macey, Mariane Bornelli and Cema Santos. Picture: Will Russell Lorraine Waterman, Greg Martin and Josie Daniele. Picture: Will Russell

MEMBERS of Joondalup’s co-working space sixty27 were recently encouraged to collaborate, share ideas and inspire each other over morning tea.

Sixty27 is a joint initiative between North Metropolitan Tafe and the City of Joondalup to create a local hub for start-ups, small businesses and students to take part in knowledge workshops to increase their skills, confidence and ability to grow.

It provides members with full-time or part-time desk space, high-speed unlimited WiFi, free parking, printing, access to private meeting rooms and complimentary registrations at seminars, training workshops and events.

The Devonshire tea event was held to encourage networking among members and discuss the future of the hub.

The next event is a free networking sundowner from 5.30pm to 7.30pm on November 8, which will be run by North Metropolitan Tafe business and hospitality students.

It will be held on campus and former Business News chief executive Charlie Gunningham will be the guest speaker.

RSVP by October 27 at www.sixty27/events.

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