Faces of Kapiti Collective: Slava Yakovlev

Faces of Kapiti Collective: Slava Yakovlev

This month I caught up with Kapiti Collective Coworker, Slava Yakovlev, a Salesforce Technical Consultant from Adept Group in Auckland. Slava and I actually used to work together in a former life at a technology company!

If you have wondered what the people are like that work from Kapiti Collective, this quick Q&A should give you some fun insight into the great personalities we would alongside.

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New Zealand Coworking Association Established

New Zealand Coworking Association Established

New Zealand, Monday 20 August 2018 - A collection of coworking space owners and managers have formed ‘Coworking Aotearoa Association’ to promote, advocate and support coworking in New Zealand.

This Saturday, 18 coworking leaders gathered from throughout New Zealand at Carterton’s 3Mile coworking space to share, collaborate and discuss the future of coworking in New Zealand. This is the second meeting of this kind; an inaugural Cowork Hui was sponsored by Priority One, Venture Centre in Tauranga in 2016…

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Kapiti businesses welcome ‘Nowsnapp’

Kapiti businesses welcome ‘Nowsnapp’

KĀPITI COAST, MONDAY 13 AUGUST 2018 - More than 40 Kāpiti Coast local businesses welcomed the launch of a new international smartphone app on Friday evening at local coworking space, Kapiti Collective.

The instant service platform, Nowsnapp allows for the instant uploading of small jobs, available to be completed by local people in the same geographical area.

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How much should I spend on an office?

How much should I spend on an office?

The general rule of thumb is no more than 10% of your income. 

I found this out today as Jacinda and I look to set up Delaney & Thorn in Wellington, on top of our existing office at Kapiti Collective, and sought our accountant's opinion, as we often do! #excitingtimes 

This made me think about our business, how far we have come, the current climate, the importance of flexibility, AND spending as little as possible while in the early phases of your business.

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