Editor's Note

Friday 10 August

By Oliver Milman
Friday, 10 August 2012

Another day, another new Australian co-working space aimed at start-ups. The past week has seen a flurry of shared office launches, spanning Adelaide, Newcastle, Perth and Hobart.


Given Australia’s sizeable population of home-based soloists, increasing the opportunities to share ideas and network with other micro businesses can only be a good thing.

However, many entrepreneurs are still not aware they have the chance to ditch the home office for a start-up hub around the corner.

With this in mind, we’ve picked out five of the better, but lesser-known, co-working spaces across Australia for you to peruse.

Meanwhile, we get an expert legal opinion on what you can do if you suffer losses as a franchisee and entrepreneur Cas McCullough argues that female business leaders are holding themselves back by underestimating their potential.

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