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The cloud-based integration platform provider MuleSoft recently opened a new flagship office on North Sydney's Walker Street. Boasting beautiful North Sydney views, regular wine tastings and mascots aplenty, the workplace has been designed to foster the company's core value in employees: "be a better human". Here are the photos!

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Xero is a cloud accounting software company that specialises in SaaS products for small and medium-sized businesses. Beginning life in New Zealand, the business has since branched into Australia, the United States and the UK. We recently visited its Aussie headquarters in Melbourne which houses everything from an open plan office for more than 200 employees to a drum kit and pool table. Here are the photos.

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River City Labs (RCL) is one of Brisbane's leading accelerator spaces for early-stage and startup businesses. Founded in 2012, the residence now houses 40 businesses from Queensland's entrepreneurial scene. Here are the photos.

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York Butter Factory (YBF) is a co-working space for technology startups that has a singular vision: to provide Melbourne's best entrepreneurs with an environment where they can -- and I quote -- "get shit done". Here are the photos.

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Slack is a cloud-based team collaboration tool that originally launched back in 2013. A few months ago, the company opened the doors to its Asia Pacific headquarters in Swanston Street, Carlton. The heritage-listed structure was originally a brewery used to store barely and hops in the early 1900s. Some of the original silos have been seamlessly incorporated into the workplace. Here are the photos.

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Stone & Chalk is an independent, not-for-profit Fintech hub based in Sydney that houses more than 80 Australian startups. We checked out their impressive digs during a guided tour -- here are the photos.

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"Electricity is sexy and very exciting!" Jessica Venning-Bryan, general manager for brand for Flick Electric Co, said. Flick is a start-up that's shaking up the power business in New Zealand. Now, I'd say for most people, the idea of an electricity company doesn't exactly match up with words like "sexy" and "exciting". But just like how Flick is changing the way consumers consume energy, it's also turning the stilted corporate culture associated with big power companies on its head. Their vibrant office is a reflection of that and in this week's Workspace, we will be exploring Flick's base of operating in Wellington.