Aussies set to ‘shake up’ Silicon Valley with Startup House

Two Aussies have opened a facility in San Francisco to help tech start-ups get off the ground. 

Two Australians, one of whom was sick to death of tech start-ups crashing on his couch whilst in San Francisco, are behind a start-up hub they believe is set to “shake up” Silicon Valley.

Their 3345-square metre facility at 880 Harrison Street in San Francisco’s South of Market district will provide early-stage tech entrepreneurs a co-working space housing 210 desks and a cafeteria. In addition, a 576-square metre building located next door will provide accommodation for start-up employees and those needing a place to stay whilst visiting on business.

 Click Here to read the full article in The Sydney Morning Herald.

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