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What is a coworking day pass and why you should try coworking

If you’ve never subscribed to membership at a Coworking space then the experience of working amongst people from other companies might be a little strange to understand.

We think the best way to understand Coworking is to actually experience it. To enable this, you can buy a day pass from our website to visit StartWell for a day and see how it fits with your way of working.

Here are some things to look forward to when coming in to cowork for a day on campus:

  1. Complimentary cafe beverages – with still and sparkling water on tap, looseleaf teas, fresh micro-roaster coffee and barista service with complimentary espresso drinks made through the week.
  2. Hot desks – just past our reception are open desks with comfy ergonomic chairs. Feel free to use the desk which calls your name, they are first come first served.
  3. Call booths – our call booths can accomodate up to 4 people for quick conversations or for single-person telephone calls. They offer privacy and help you not disturb other people in common space when on calls.
  4. The library lounge – take a right past our reception cafe and you’ll find yourself in our lounge. The lounge features a lending library on honour system – day pass members may read selections from our books and magazines but we ask that you leave them on campus where you found them unless you are a monthly Coworking member, in which case you are welcome to bring selections home and back again.
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