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WOTSO in the press

  • Your Space & Mine: Jessie Glew and Tim Brown

    The future of the modern office is flexible. That’s why WOTSO WorkSpace’s Joint Managing Directors are offering individualised workplace services for businesses.

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  • PodSpot Studios adds two new locations in Sydney and Gold Coast

    PodSpot Studios is a collaboration between Matthews’ podcast production company PodSpot and the ASX-listed WOTSO Property (ASX:WOT), which owns and operates a portfolio of coworking spaces Australia wide.

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  • WOTSO Property (ASX:WOT) enters the WA market

    WOTSO Property (WOT) signs contracts for the company’s first property in Western Australia. The property was acquired for $2 million after it was offered for $2.95 million, with money recycled from a $3.5 million sale of a historical asset.

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  • Flexible Workspace Australia: First peak body for the coworking industry

    Flexible Workspace Australia (FWA) has become the first peak body for the coworking and flexible workspace industry, formed in response to the growing appetite for hybrid work environments across Australia.

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  • WOTSO goes west with ‘sight unseen’ deal for coworking hub

    Coworking hub operator WOTSO has pounced on its first West Australian purchase, with a ‘sight unseen’ deal acquiring the former Australian Sailing Museum in Mandurah.

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  • Balancing the Grind with Jessie Glew, Joint Managing Director & COO at BlackWall Limited & WOTSO Property

    An interview with Joint Managing Director & COO at BlackWall Limited and WOTSO Property.

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  • Serendipity puts WOTSO in a sweet spot for the flexible work revolution

    Demand for a more flexible post-pandemic work environment has hit a sweet spot for WOTSO Property (ASX: WOT), one of Australia’s largest coworking space providers.

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  • Coworking spaces were touted as the future of work before the pandemic.

    Companies that might not have considered shared office space are reevaluating the old office model, and employees are demanding flexible work.

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  • WOTSO stays flexible as pandemic rocks its working world

    Total occupancy across WOTSO’s 18 sites, encompassing 37,000 square metres of flexible space, reached 68 per cent compared with 59 per cent the previous year, which was heavily affected by COVID-19.

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