Rapidly expanding co-working trend amongst entrepreneurs, startups and small business results in huge growth at Epic Office Share's Richmond premises.
Melbourne, 8 August: Epic Office Share has celebrated the opening of its 2nd office space at 501 Church Street, Richmond as a result of the overwhelming success of its 1st space.
Co-founders Paul O'Mahoney and Christopher Garbacz have created a space where members enjoy the privacy and security that comes from having their own fitted lockable office but also benefit from networking and socializing opportunities that come with being part of a co-working office space.
Paul O'Mahoney puts it this way: “Our vision was to create a community where start-ups, freelancers, and entrepreneurs could socialise, network and cross promote to each other but we never envisioned the social mecca that Epic Office Share has become. The resources, events and benefits that we are now offering our members is what has made Epic the number one place to grow and build your business in Australia.”
Mark Fitzgerald, who runs a modeling agency from Epic Office Share, loves the experience of working at Epic: “The thing that attracted me to this space is the highly addictive vibe that comes with working alongside other start-ups. Not only do I have a huge network of business' to bounce ideas off but I also love how sociable and friendly the space is. Whether it’s a mid week luncheon, Friday night drinks or one of the brilliant quarterly retreats the opportunity to grow and build your business here really means you can get ahead in a short space of time. For me the investment in the space is very quickly justified by the accelerated business growth. It really is exciting what can happen when you become part of this space.”
Paul and Chris identified that for business to be growing and expanding at their optimum they need access to the large buying power that would otherwise only be available to larger organisations. By leveraging the buying power of the group they have been able to broker huge discounts for their members on many business products and services. These include free banking, free mobile phone usage, cheap IT support and heavily discounted prices off all computer hardware and electrical purchases, including Apple products. The benefits seem to be many at Epic Office Share.
Their new location is a modern stylish building with one of Australia's award winning cafes "7 Grams" on their doorstep. East Richmond station is across the road and Richmond Station is a 4 min walk away. It’s an awesome location with many of Richmond’s best restaurants, cafes and pubs at your fingertips. Members enjoy unlimited business grade broadband, no long term commitments and free access to the boardrooms.
Prices start as low as $125p/week and the guys are offering a 1week free trial as part of their new opening celebration. Call 1300 00 EPIC to arrange an appointment or go to www.epicofficeshare.com.au for more information.