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‘Awakening spaces’ helping businesses succeed

Founder and CEO of JAGA Workspaces, Swaroop Kaushik… “I want to provide a platform for people – to create beautiful spaces that enable people to mingle, work and do their best.”

With 3000 square metres of fully furnished, serviced workspaces across two locations, Swaroop Kaushik says he loves to connect people, no matter what type of work they do with agile, professional work environments that help people succeed. This is sponsored post.

“JAGA means ‘space’ in Hindi, it also means ‘awakening’; it means ‘to protect’ in Indonesian and ‘to take care of’ in Torres Strait Islander language, I have been told,” says founder and CEO of JAGA Workspaces Swaroop Kaushik. 

“JAGA Workspaces is about awakening spaces, it protects and takes care of you and your business.” 

With 3000 square metres of fully furnished, serviced workspaces across two locations, 600 desks and 10 meeting rooms, Swaroop says he loves to connect people, no matter what type of work they do with agile, professional work environments that help people succeed. 

“I want to provide a platform for people – to create beautiful spaces that enable people to mingle, work and do their best,” he says. 

“I love helping people and if I can play a role in someone’s success, I feel more than satisfied.”  

With 15 years of corporate experience, focusing in the co-working industry, Swaroop went out on his own in 2019, opening the JAGA Swanson Court office in Belconnen in June, 2020. 

Swaroop says that people have embraced the benefits that being a JAGA member provides them – from sole traders and start-ups to organisations – they enjoy the freedom that comes with working near where they live, the networking that the spaces encourage and the fully-staffed services that ensure the coffee machine is always working. 

Swaroop is excited to reveal the newest addition to JAGA Workspaces, located in Civic at 33 Allara Street. 

Surrounded by greenery and natural light, the level-one office has 39 separate working rooms that can suit one to 36 people, three meeting rooms, a full kitchen, casual spaces, staffed reception area and a welcoming vibe. 

Swaroop says that the beauty of co-working spaces is the flexibility and versatility that it brings people, whether they want to move in permanently to an office, “hot desk” in a collaborative workspace, or book a meeting room – JAGA supports whatever type of work they do. 

“We provide a streamlined, all-inclusive pricing model for businesses and can be up to 60 per cent cheaper than commercial leasing,” says Swaroop.  

Swaroop says that members can have the ability to move between Belconnen and the city, if they wish. 

“The city office is close to the city centre, close to government offices and Russell, as well as the airport,” says Swaroop. 

“Whatever you do, you can do it better at JAGA.”

“Anyone from any industry looking for a space that motivates them, brings out the best in them, come and experience JAGA and see how you feel,” he says. 

JAGA is located at Allara Street, Canberra City and Swanson Court, Belconnen. Visit jaga.com.au or call 1800 512150. 

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