Spacecubed Revives Bentley Tech Park with $7.5M Refurb

  • Spacecubed selected to oversee operations, activation and management of ‘The Hub’ co-working and event space
  • Appointment follows State Government investment to create a state-of-the-art innovation and co-working hub for WA’s fast-growing technology and science industries

The McGowan Government’s $7.5 million refurbishment of Bentley Technology Park is now complete with renowned events and co-working space leaders Spacecubed set to activate the Hub in a major boost to Western Australia’s growing digital innovation industries.

The $7.5 million funding has delivered major upgrades to Bentley Technology Park.

The Hub, an innovative and co-working space within Bentley Technology Park, will be run by Spacecubed, to manage and promote the facility to Perth’s growing technology and science communities.

The facility offers the WA technology innovators and start-up community co-working, conference, meeting, and presentation spaces with state-of-the-art AV and digital communications, and is fast becoming the venue of choice for local innovation and technology events.

Spacecubed will be responsible for operations, activation on site, and business development and facilities management.  They will also focus on building support and collaboration between universities, tenants of Bentley Technology Park and Perth’s fast-growing technology sector.

For further information visit: Bentley Technology Park – Overview – DevelopmentWA – Shaping our State’s future

As stated by Lands Minister John Carey:

“In 2020, the 12.6 hectare Technology Park land and assets were moved under DevelopmentWA’s Industrial Lands Authority, as part of the McGowan Government’s election commitment to remove barriers to investment and drive development.

“The transformation of the Brodie Hall Function Centre into a future-focused, innovative co-working space, will further drive collaboration and learning, creating new business communities right here in Perth.

“Our Government is committed to supporting businesses and driving innovation to unlock and diversify Western Australia’s economy.”

As stated by Innovation and the Digital Economy Minister Stephen Dawson:

“This latest milestone will ensure The Hub co-working and event space is activated and utilised to its full potential for the benefit of Western Australia’s fast-growing digital technology and science-based industries.

“Spacecubed is playing a vital role in giving our local innovation sector the support and guidance they need to succeed.”

Lands Minister’s office – 6552 5300

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