Gone are the days where solopreneurs and freelance professionals in and around Roodepoort have to fight for a spot in a coffee shop.
Shared Space now gives you a professional office at an affordable rate for meetings and to get your work done.
Yes, you can now rent an ultra modern office at a hourly, daily, weekly or monthly basis.
Internet access, printers and a desktop will no longer cost you an arm and leg.
In addition Shared Space is centralized and very accessible.
Say goodbye to the gloomy internet cafés and share your working space with other professional individuals.
|Year Plan (free entrance to training workshops)||R2000 pm|
More and more South Africans are becoming their own boss. Millions of South Africans are now doing freelance work, making up a large percentage of the South African workforce, according experts those numbers are only expected to grow exponentially over the next couple of years.
Yet to remove the distractions of home and cafes—spaces where many self-employed workers are known to congregate—some freelancers and entrepreneurs are turning to sharing office space, known as “SharedSpace”
“Shared Space” is in its essence, a shared, collaborating workspace. We provide desk access and a community for individuals who are looking to generate income through coding, graphic designing, content creation, video Marketing, 3D Printing etc. and who don’t have the resources to fulfill their potential.
Shared Space is offering a 1 hour free trial period of a shared office space in Wilropark, Roodepoort.
Video is taking content marketing by storm, but you’ll have to do more than just make one to realise its full potential. If it were five years in the future, would you be reading this article or would you be watching it? As online video continues its inimitable rise, it’s an interesting question to ponder.
With online video quickly becoming a key means for people to satisfy their information and entertainment needs, small businesses that fail to include it in their internet marketing strategies will do so at their peril.
Here at Shared Space we are equiped with high quality video recording equipment, lighting, recording studio with greenscreen and videoographer, already setup, all available for hire.
3D printing processes allow for mass customisation — the ability to personalize products according to individual needs and requirements. Even within the same build chamber, the nature of 3D printing means that numerous products can be manufactured at the same time according to the end-users requirements at no additional process cost.
The advent of 3D printing has seen a proliferation of products (designed in digital environments), which involve levels of complexity that simply could not be produced physically in any other way. While this advantage has been taken up by designers and artists to impressive visual effect, it has also made a significant impact on industrial applications, whereby applications are being developed to materialize complex components that are proving to be both lighter and stronger than their predecessors. Notable uses are emerging in the aerospace sector where these issues are of primary importance
3D printing is also emerging as an energy-efficient technology that can provide environmental efficiencies in terms of both the manufacturing process itself, utilising up to 90% of standard materials, and, therefore, creating less waste, but also throughout an additively manufactured product’s operating life, by way of lighter and stronger design that imposes a reduced carbon footprint compared with traditionally manufactured products.
Furthermore, 3D printing is showing great promise in terms of fulfilling a local manufacturing model, whereby products are produced on demand in the place where they are needed — eliminating huge inventories and unsustainable logistics for shipping high volumes of products around the world.