Australia’s largest locally-owned coworking office provider, Hub Australia, has announced the winners of its third annual Flexi Impact Program, offering select social enterprises around Australia a complimentary 12-month membership to benefit from the workspaces and national community.
Now in its third year, the Flexi Impact Program has recently welcomed over 30 purpose-driven businesses to coworking locations across Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, and Adelaide, with inspirational organizations such as Rise to Refuge, ygap, and SheEO joining Hub’s member community in 2021 to grow their businesses networks, reach, and impact.
The Flexi Impact Program continues Hub Australia’s commitment to demonstrating the positive impact businesses can have on the world and local communities, in line with the coworking space provider’s recent carbon neutral certification and status as one of Australia’s first certified B Corporations.
With a network of over 3,000 members across seven national locations, Hub Australia offers a wide range of member benefits, premium services and amenities, and professional workspaces to each organization, helping them elevate their brand and connect to a new business community.
“Hub Australia implements various impact-driven initiatives across our business, and this year was acknowledged as the first carbon neutral certified coworking space in Australia, ensuring all operations and locations are carbon neutral. Hub Australia has worked to ensure impact is engrained into our business models, and that includes supporting purpose-driven businesses through the Flexi Impact Program each year,” says Brad Krauskopf, Hub Australia CEO and Founder.
Hub Australia’s Flexi Impact memberships are working in a range of social impact areas including gender equality, ethical business practice, indigenous rights, climate change, and more. One of the unique businesses newly welcomed to Hub Hyde Park, Sydney as part of the Flexi Impact Program is ‘we are the mainstream.’
we are the mainstream is a collective of First Nations, Gender Diverse people, and Women of Color who work to elevate and celebrate the voices and visibility of their communities through creative, critical, and courageous conversations.
Priyanka Bromhead, Founder of we are the mainstream, says, “In 2021, we want to offer an in-school program to help us improve and increase the wellbeing and intellectual, social and individual capacities of high school students who are First Nations, Gender Diverse, and Girls of Color.”
“Our new membership at Hub will allow us a space to meet, including connecting to the wider Hub network and using the serviced meeting spaces to run educational workshops.”
For more information on Hub Australia visit www.hubaustralia.com