The new space, located at 32 St George’s Terrace, will help facilitate stronger connections with industry, government and business, offer alternative learning opportunities, and foster innovation through new activations and learning experiences.
Murdoch University Vice Chancellor, Eeva Leinonen, said the new workspace will be a place where post-graduate students, industry, business and alumni will be able to come together in a range of learning and sharing spaces. “Our decision to establish a dynamic presence in the city comes at an important time for the future development of Perth.”
As one of our new services, the Spacecubed team are spearheading solutions for flexible space by creating and activating user-friendly and highly functional areas that people want to work from. Ophelie Cutier, Growth Manager at Spacecubed is running this new initiative. “We are committed to create tailored, full-serviced workspaces, and pride ourselves on being skilled at integrating people, space and technology,” she shares. “By listening to our clients, we’re able to create strong relationships and delivering to their expectations.”
Spacecubed are excited for the future of this partnership with Murdoch and to continue fostering spaces that are ideal for learning, connecting and collaboration. To find out more about our activation services, please contact email@example.com. Alternatively, visit the Murdoch website here to see more about the new space on St Georges Terrace, Perth.