We will have two private offices available starting on November 1st (or earlier).
What is the membership fee?
- For each office, it is $1,200/month
What does it come with?
- 24/7 access
- 10 hours of meeting room time
- Furnishings (desk, chair, whiteboard etc)
- Wifi throughout the space
- Plus a whole bunch of other perks, get in touch with us for more details!
In this meetup, we’ll be talking all about cyber security, data hosting rules, and the basic steps that all nonprofits should take to protect their data and services. Hear from local experts Mack Hardy, Alejandra Brown, and Kris Constable.
– anyone in a management position in any organization – big or small
– people interested in security, governance and good housekeeping
– security and privacy experts who want to share their skills with nonprofits
“Jeremy Murphy is an urban planner and sustainability specialist living in Vancouver, BC. As a Director with Sustainability Solutions Group Workers Cooperative, Jeremy has collaborated on dozens of sustainability and climate change projects for communities, universities, organizations and developers. Jeremy is also co-founder and Director of HiVE Vancouver – Vancouver’s innovative coworking space for change makers, hosting small businesses, not-for-profits and entrepreneurs with a focus on encouraging social impact and unlikely collaborations.”
“That’s the thing I like the most,” added curly-haired Jeremy Murphy, co-founder of the HiVE, who appeared from the woozy S-shaped ramp that connects the work space and main desk/kitchen areas.
The HiVE is a 9,000-square-foot collaborative coworking and event space focusing on sustainability and creativity, located in Vancouver’s historic Gastown area. The space occupies the 2nd floor of two interconnected heritage buildings and was retrofitted to provide a comfortable and healthy open-concept work environment featuring brick walls, high ceilings and large windows.
“In a panel of coworking space operators, Melissa Hope from HiVE Vancouver spoke about the specialization of shared workspaces. She gave examples of workplaces focused on architecture or female-focused. While trying to cater to everyone is never a good business plan, the diversity of options means there is something for everyone.”