A new “tech hub” designed to deliver a slice of Silicon Valley to south-east Queensland is expected to be operational in October next year, with construction underway of the $14 million Gold Coast building, which will be home to AMMA Private Equity.
January 15th, 2016
Located at 120-122 Siganto Drive at Helensvale, the three-level, 4,491sqm building will be primarily home to private equity firm, AMMA Private Equity. The building will also house the head offices of AMMA’s key investments: Guvera, Sportkix, Tapp Commerce and App Investments.
The building will serve as an incubator for tech start-ups by providing serviced office space. AMMA Private Equity Global CEO Paul Jansz said he hoped the building would inspire the industry by bringing together local tech leaders and entrepreneurs.
“With plenty of light and colour, and large collaborative working spaces, we’re hoping our hard-working team members will be suitably inspired. Helping to get the creative juices going will be the building’s roof-top bar and entertaining area, golf simulator and indoor cricket pitch.
“It will be the ideal space for creatives, technologists, designers and developers to generate new ideas, experiment and bring innovations to market.”
AMMA Private Equity
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