Our vision is to provide a professional collaborative office space for our clients where vision and business can merge. co-Mind catalyzes and supports creative leaders, trendsetters, freelancers and entrepreneurs locally and across the country. We want to create community workspaces, accelerate serendipity, and facilitate knowledge sharing and collaboration. We aim to provide our community members with an open working environment and opportunities to share knowledge face-to-face; to be inspired by collaboration with other members ─ all within a secure, furnished office space that provides fast internet, printing facilities, and all the benefits of a traditional office but without the high overheads.
Located in the heart of Mossel Bay, the co-Mind workspace is attractively decorated with contemporary furniture, flooring, lighting and modern art. We also provide professional services such as open-plan offices, a private boardroom, high-speed and secure Wi-Fi connections, VPNs, along with printing and copying facilities.
However, the term “co-Mind” stands for something much broader, it means a new way of working, a way which is co-operative, open, collaborative and network-based rather than singular, isolated and individual-based. co-Mind will continue to act as the stimuli and catalyst of knowledge sharing, serendipity and accumulation, as well as the vehicle for co-creation and co-development.
co-Mind is a contemporary office environment for the cultural diverse nation that we are in South Africa. Our aim is to create a space where businesses can flourish and grow by bringing together like minded individuals with a passion for business. The narrative that are to be reflected of co-Mind should stand for a space where all are welcome who are serious about growing in success without any bias or preferences related to culture, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation. The aim is to rather learn and inspire from these differences and enable the growth of one’s own business.
“Entrepreneurship is the process of designing, launching and running a new business which is often initially a small business and the people who create these businesses are called entrepreneurs.”