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More space for digital nomads

More space for digital nomads

The Sunshine Coast Regional Economic Development Organization (SCREDO) is proud to announce the coast-wide expansion of the FUSE Community Workhub. With support from a wide range of regional partners, FUSE will expand its Gibsons facility and open two more locations in Sechelt and Pender Harbour.

Providing infrastructure and resources to the growing Sunshine Coast community of telecommuters, digital nomads, and self-employed contractors, the FUSE workhub provides a semi-structured office environment with more flexibility than fixed 9-to-5 office hours. Membership in Fuse allows for 24/7 access to any of our facilities where members can take advantage of our shared high-speed internet while working at a hot desk, book consultation rooms for small meetings, or book the board room for large meetings.

Workhubs such as FUSEhave been a crucial step in launching and supporting small businesses, meeting new business contacts, resources, and performing the crucial role of incubator for the growing population of entrepreneurs that contribute to the Sunshine Coast economy and reputation.

FUSE Community Workhub has been serving Gibsons for the past four years where its popularity is outgrowing the capacity of its single 700sf location. Early 2019 will see FUSE expanding into 1,200sf of a newly renovated facility in Sechelt, the current Gibsons location doubling in size, and a new location opening in Pender Harbour. Facilities will include features such as hot desks, private consultation rooms, a board room, and open space for larger events including public presentations and community events. This expansion will provide the Sunshine Coast with a network of linked, vibrant coworking locations supporting the business community.

“Our mandate is to be a regional organization that serves all neighbourhoods on the Sunshine Coast,” SCREDO Chair David Chisholm has stated. “It is important to remember that none of this would be possible if it were not for the long term strategic support from our funders, the Town of Gibsons, District of Sechelt, the Sunshine Coast Regional District, and the Sechelt Indian Government District.”


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