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Nestworks

A Family-Friendly Shared Workplace

Nestworks is a family-friendly coworking community. We welcome individual adults with or without kids to join us for hot desk coworking, including a variety of first-come, first-serve seating areas, hot beverages, light snacks and WiFi. 

 

Childminding will be provided by the staff at This World's Ours Centre.

Nestworks will be at This World's Ours Centre every weekday from 9 am - 12 pm.

Pricing:

$50 Adult & Child Pass

$30 Additional Siblings

$20 Adult only Pass

*Use code newnest for 50% off your First Visit

Meet The Team of ChildMinders

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Javier Cuello de Oro Guerrero

Javier is a program coordinator at This World's Ours Centre with a teaching degree where he specialized in Speech & Language Pathology.

Sarah Walsh

Sarah Walsh

Sarah is a Program Coordinator at This World's Ours Centre with her teaching degree from Ireland. She specialized in Physcial Education and Science.

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Alix Savard

Alix has been working and volunteering at This World's Ours Centre for the last year. She has finished her degree and is appplying for Medical School.

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About Nestworks

A group of Vancouver-based entrepreneurs and parents asked ourselves: where are the opportunities to foster economic growth and build community among entrepreneurs, independent consultants, distance workers, and like-minded service professionals who are parents? How might an integrated approach to professional practice and family support not only efficiency, but also family needs, creativity, sustainability, innovation and mental health?

Nestworks seeks to reimagine the conventional separation of “work” and “life”, proposing instead to make them far more integrated. What might the impact be on stress levels, for example, when a parent, rather than commuting between their children’s care facility and their workplace, instead brings the kids with them and is able to join them for lunch between meetings? How might the proximity of children and families to businesses inform a broader culture of playfulness, creativity, optimism and fun?

We feel there is an opportunity for significant economic and social innovation by offering necessary facilities and services in a unique mashup. Possible results might include small business growth, environmental benefits through use of shared resources, happier kids and families, product and business systems innovation, increased collaboration, and the development of a resilient, inspiring community.

Nestworks will be situated on unceded Coast Salish land.

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