Designed as a place to create business connectivity, our co-working community is a hub of Waikato business success stories where talent and economic development continue to grow. Located within walking distance to all central Hamilton offices and surrounded by eateries and restaurants, our co-working space is an eco-system for passionate, like-minded business professionals.
All-inclusive office amenities, including printing, wifi and kitchen.
Available for small or large meetings, or just a private phone call.
Regular social gatherings to connect and converse with co-workers.
Opportunity for business collaboration and partnerships.
Hassle-free parking and sites available to book.
Award-winning co-working space recognised for its cohesive and welcoming envrionment.
At Soda, we love to solve wicked problems and bring about positive change. That’s why we’ve designed our co-working community to support those who share a business growth mindset.
The Waikato Chamber of Commerce works with local and national communities to support and represent the collective voice of Waikato business. A not-for-profit organisation, the Chamber also promotes support and encourages sustainable and profitable business growth for and on behalf of their members.
Company-X loves solving problems with software. Founded in 2012 by software specialists David Hallett and Jeremy Hughes, Company-X was a cornerstone tenant of Soda in the old Innes and Co Ltd soda pop factory at The Meteor in Victoria Street, Hamilton. Company-X moved to Wintec House with the rest of the Soda Inc tenants in 2015.
Workbridge is New Zealand’s largest free employment service for disabled people or those with an injury or health condition. They provide a range of employment support services for both job seekers and employers, individually tailored to suit every individual’s needs.
As New Zealand’s largest tertiary education provider, Te Pūkenga will ultimately have the national and regional reach to become a long-term skills training partner for firms and industries, enabling learners to move between workplaces and other educational offerings and locations as their needs change.
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At Soda, we’re excited by companies that have the potential for exponential growth, companies that will contribute to lifting and diversifying New Zealand’s economy. Check out a few from our Soda community.
August 30, 2023
Bounsa win RISE UP 2023 - Soda's female entrepreneurship pre-accelerator programme and seed grant.
August 27, 2023
Wellington startup Wilderlab is on a mission to improve New Zealand’s waterways.