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I interviewed Olivia van Vugt who is an accountant for RightWay Limited. She has been working out of The Collective for couple years now and she gives us a look into the world. Olivia shares with us her vision, goals and her favourite joke about accountants!
As a co-working space, we have new people walk through our doors every day. The Collective is made up of different nationalities, professions and backgrounds. So you can imagine that our Christmas party lively and a whole lot of fun. Everyone brought in food to share. The afternoon was filled with a relaxed dynamic and great food.
I sat down with a self-taught web developer, Nick Ippolito on a warm afternoon to talk about his personal and business ventures, what motivated him to start a design company along with the highs and lows of running his own business.
New Zealand just had its first coworking conference this past weekend and I am still buzzing! I wanted to explain briefly why coworking spaces are the way forward. It's time to start playing with the idea of ditching your home office and getting out of cafes.
Recently, I was asked to speak to South Island Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) policy team. The theme of the meeting was adding value to your team. Since that meeting, these 5 questions keep popping up from people. I decided to write a post and share some insights on all things dynamics.
Keni Duke-Hetet of Cube Architecture was involved with Bridge Street Collective’s original design and the opening up of the ground floor co-working space to create the open, light filled workroom we all love to inhabit.
(S)CRAP is an exhibition of paintings by Yvette Byrd, drawings by William Henry Meung and jewellery by Stella Chrysostomou.
The exhibition currently on show in the Bridge Street Collective Café is a kind collision of Mandy Preston’s skills – she’s the manager of the café as well as the artist behind the striking oils and acrylics hanging on the walls.
One of the Bridge Street Collective’s newest members is developing an innovative website based on a peer-to-peer transactional model. Hayley Kyte recently moved to Nelson from Queenstown and is has just launched her new dog sitting website Patme.com.
The Bridge Street Collective is humming these days, thanks in no small part to an innovative collaboration between the Collective management and the Nelson Regional Economic Development Agency (EDA).
It's all play and no work at one of the desk spaces at the Bridge Street Collective.
Bridge Street Collective’s Kickstart Fund is helping Nelson web developers Airsquare make the most of an important growth phase.