BBH Relocation FAQs

How far away is the new premises from the BBH’s current site?
The new premises on Level 4 of 260 Queen Street is just 250 metres away from the BBH’s current site in Queen Street Mall – a short three-minute walk.

How do I access the new BBH premises?
Entry to the new premises is via the elevators on ground level of 260 Queen Street, accessible via Post Office Square. The BBH is located on Level 4.

How do I access the drop-in hot desks at the new premises?
The BBH drop-in hot desks are on Level 4 of 260 Queen Street. You will need to check in at the BBH reception desk where desks are available for use on a casual basis and are located and clearly signed next to the kitchen facilities on Level 4.

Will there be any changes to the BBH’s current services to Brisbane businesses?
The Brisbane Business Hub will continue to support the local Brisbane business community with its full range of complimentary events, workshops, networking and mentoring opportunities, and drop-in hot desks, from 17 June 2024 on Level 4 of 260 Queen Street.

Fee-based membership co-working facilities are not available at the new premises. However, we encourage everyone to make use of the drop-in hot desks, online resources, and complimentary workshops, events and one-on-one mentoring, which will continue to be delivered at the new premises.

Will the BBH be offering membership at its new premises?
Fee-based membership co-working facilities are not available at the new premises. However, the Brisbane Business Hub will continue to offer drop-in hot desks, and a full range of complimentary events, workshops, networking and mentoring opportunities.

What will happen to existing members of the BBH?
While paid membership is no longer offered, we encourage previous members to make use of the drop-in hot desks, online resources, and complimentary workshops, events and one-on-one mentoring that continue to be delivered at the new premises.

Will there be meeting rooms and breakout spaces available for use?
The BBH premises on Level 4 at 260 Queen Street is dedicated to drop-in hot desks. There is also communal kitchen facilities, lounge and balcony spaces for Brisbane Business Hub visitors to enjoy beyond the designated coworking spaces.

There is a dedicated event space, also on Level 4, available to the Brisbane Business Hub for workshops and events.

What amenities will be available for use at the new venue?
There are communal kitchen facilities, lounge and balcony spaces for Brisbane Business Hub visitors to enjoy beyond the designated drop-in hot desks. The communal kitchen includes a fridge, microwave, cutlery and crockery, and complimentary tea, coffee and milk will be available.

Will I be able to hot-desk at the venue?
Yes, there are drop-in hot desks available for visitors to use.

How will I know if the coworking spaces are at capacity?
The new premises allows for 42 hot desks. We will continue to accommodate all visitors to the Brisbane Business Hub to the best of our ability.

We are currently investigating systems to track the capacity in the BBH in real time.

Can I pre-book a desk?
The new premises allows for 42 drop-in hot desks. At this time, you are not able to pre-book a desk.

We are currently investigating systems to accommodate pre-booking requests in the future. We will continue to accommodate all visitors to the Brisbane Business Hub to the best of our ability.

Will the new premises impact the number of people who can access the BBH?
The layout of the Brisbane Business Hub will change to best utilise the facilities available at Workspace 365 on Level 4 of 260 Queen Street. There are communal kitchen facilities, lounge and balcony spaces, and meeting pods for Brisbane Business Hub visitors to enjoy beyond the designated coworking spaces.

The new premises allows for 42 drop-in hot desks.

A separate event space, also located on Level 4, will be available for Brisbane Business Hub workshops and events.

Who can I talk to if I have concerns about the relocation of the BBH?
The Brisbane Business Hub team is committed to making this relocation as smooth as possible. Specific questions about how the relocation will impact you or your business can be directed to info@businessinbrisbane.com.au.

What will happen to the Visitor Information Centre?
The development of 167 Queen Street by owners ISPT will not impact the Visitor Information Centre, which will remain at its current location.

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