Where we should have spent the first few months bootstrapping our startup

"Little Tokyo Two is definitely that digital, physical and psychological space for our business today as we scale (and is worth an order or two of magnitude more than the subscription we pay each month), but on day one you can't necessarily commit to paying for that until you are sure you want to jump into your business idea with both feet.

If only this magical place existed.

Well... it does... The State Library of Queensland's Business Studio. Today is my first day as a volunteer mentor as part of SLQ's "Entrepreneur in Residence Program". Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mentors from organisations at Little Tokyo Two spent time in the space to answer questions, share experiences and support those just starting out." Read more

Paul Woods, Founder at Adopt & Embrace


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