KIK Innovation expanding with a new co-working space at the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site
Today, KIK Innovation is expanding within the former Royal Adelaide site launching a unique co-working space for social innovators and entrepreneurs to exclusively create brands, share ideas, and bring about change in making a social impact.
KIK Coffee opened its doors at the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site last November, in partnership with Renewal SA’s Works Program.
The new co-working space, Collab4Good, will foster the opportunity to be an incubator of connecting customers to products and services with a purpose, as well as providing real time experience for social innovators and entrepreneurs.
The Collab4Good model is being driven by four of Adelaide’s leading female social entrepreneurs, Louise Nobes, KIK innovation, Sarah Gunn, GOGO events, Amy Orange, Harvest Fair and Moira Deslandes Chooks SA, who will ignite the first of its kind co-working space in Adelaide.
This space is a part of the temporary activation program at the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site and will be the first co-working hub in South Australia to be exclusively dedicated to incubating, accelerating, making and selling products and services to stimulate the purpose economy.
Supporting this niche co-working space is a part of Renewal SA’s plan to transform the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site into a Creation and Innovation Neighbourhood that will create high-value jobs and industries securing the future for generations of South Australians to come.
The former Royal Adelaide Hospital site will offer a range of different opportunities across the innovation and start-up ecosystem bringing together the best of Adelaide’s existing start-up programs and key players including entrepreneurs, investors, mentors, students and service providers.