From the ridiculous to the sublime

So ten weeks ago the 3mile coworking space looked like this.  Inspiring. 

So much potential.  And that's what our team saw - thanks to the huge renovating efforts of Carly Webber, Peter Veltkamp, Rob Stockley, Mike Dawes, Minty Hunter, Nick Perkins, Sean McAuley, Rebecca Vergunst, Roger Tweedy and Shanell Christian the paint went on (and on), the furniture was unpacked, screw A went into socket B a thousand times, the lights went up and TA DA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This is phase 1.  10 seated desks, 2 standing desks, 2 sofa meeting areas, 1 meeting table.  One awesome coffee machine, a fridge for the wine (and milk and sammies of course) and respectably fast, reliable internet.  We are OPEN FOR BUSINESS and look forward to seeing you soon.

 

Thank you to the amazing Nick Perkins from Technology Solutions for the 360 Videos!

We made the papers!

3mile made the papers this week, thanks to the Wairarapa Times-Age for spending time with us to get the inside news.  Our favourite snippets: 

"The Carterton space will become one of 13,800 coworking spaces globally, boasting over 1.1 million members. It will be exactly the same, just smaller and perfectly formed.”

" The Mayor, John Booth said he was very excited about the project – filling the empty shop space on High Street was just one positive aspect of the space. He described it as a great opportunity for small businesses in the community to connect with like-minded people as well as promoting growth in the region. “One of the really important things in having it located here in Carterton is we do a have a lot of new people who have settled here with really interesting backgrounds – community backgrounds and business backgrounds.“I think this is a wonderful opportunity to help them connect and for other people to be able to learn from them.”"

Source: http://times-age.co.nz/bringing-back-carte...