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Two design-led office spaces in Sydney’s dynamic Surry Hills

Virtual

A business frontline without the commitment of a permanent office

Meetings

Meeting facilities for 2-14 people available by the hour or the day

Events

Cultural programming for a connected business community

Latest News

Theme: Communication in the 21st Century
Commerce / Apr 2018

“Stop interrupting what people are interested in and be what people are interested in.” This month, we are exploring communication and messaging.

Insight: Communicating with Cut Through
Events / 24.04.2018

Three communication gurus reveal how to define your message, engage your tribe, and connect across multiple touch points.

Thought: Communicate with Clarity (Part I)
Commerce / Apr 2018

The old way of doing things is no longer effective, so, here are the new ‘rules’ for communicating with cut through.

Thought: Communicate With Clout (Part II)
Commerce / Apr 2018

The new competitive edge in marketing is not manipulating the audience to want something, its creating something they want.

Trend: 5 Amazing Ad Campaigns
Commerce / Apr 2018

From the humorous to the political, confronting, nostalgic, and emotional—here are the ads that got the message across.

Profile: Cape Public Relations
Community / Apr 2018

Cape PR and Spokesperson Media Training deliver no-nonsense advice and powerful communication strategies that work.

Equip: Paramount House Magazine
Culture / Apr 2018

This month Paramount House is finalising its very own magazine, with a free copy for the first 20 people to respond.

Guide: Memorable Brand Experiences
Community / Apr 2018

We approached some of The Office Space Residents to hear about their best brand experiences.

Table: Great Aunty Three
Community / 12.04.2018

Join us for some Vietnamese soul food courtesy of ​Surry Hills favourite, Great Aunty Three.