Co-working Coup


As more companies are asking themselves if they actually need their own premises, Auckland company Generator is one step ahead – and growing fast.

Ryan Wilson started the company in 2011 to offer a range of work spaces and services designed for every kind of company, from individuals and start-ups to global firms. 

Now the company is offering a fourth high-profile space, being developed on top of the Westpac building in Auckland’s Takutai Square, with decks overlooking the harbour. 

Says Wilson: “I believe the quality and flexibility of the spaces we provide to businesses is unparalleled in New Zealand. Space, in all its guises, influences how we work, how we think, and how we interact with each other.”

First published Autumn 2018

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