1 Coworking Spaces in New Plymouth

Johnson Corner in New Plymouth

Coworking Space 

from GBP 300

Serviced Office 

from GBP 50

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About New Plymouth

Perched on the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand, New Plymouth is known for its coastal trail that stretches from Bell Block to Port Taranaki. This is a major city named after the English city of Plymouth, as it's where the first English settlers arrived. You will be one of the 74,184 residents of the town that is a service hub for the region's finances and economy, which includes extensive dairy farming. Plymouth has been described as a "Model Community" for its positive attitude towards cyclists and pedestrians, so you have little chance of being run over by car on your way to your coworking venue. You can splash in the ocean in the mornings and take to the mountain slopes on a snowboard in the same day.

New Zealand is being touted as the tech crowd's favourite "end-of-days" refuge due to the coveted private jet escape routes from other countries. Whether this is true or not doesn't really matter but the fact that the number of work visas granted to American techies is on the rise, may raise some eyebrows. New Zealand has become the land of edgy tech stuff that hasn't been tried before amidst the coffee culture of Wellington and the beautiful unspoiled landscape of Queenstown. Once upon a time New Zealand's distance from the rest of the world was a big hurdle, but today there are plenty of high-net-worth individuals relocating to its shores believing that it will be the one place where you can survive the "end of the world" (aka nuclear weapon assaults).

Starting a business in New Zealand can be done in 20 seconds (well almost) and the country is small and nimble and recently topped the World Bank's annual "Ease of Doing Business" rankings for being the most conducive to starting a business, registering property and securing credit. With all of this chit chat going on about New Zealand, it's little wonder that coworking venues are overflowing with tech savvy souls who have their bomb bunkers in place.