1. Choose your membership category
Our resident members have their admin base at TK. Your desk, that will always be your desk as long as you want it.
Meet in our private meeting rooms, catch-up with colleagues and clients alike in The Pavilion, come along to our many workshops or social events.
As a residential member at TK, you're part of the family.
You’re an individual or an organisation looking for a space to work for a short time. You want somewhere to open the laptop, to grab a coffee, to meet with others, or just to get away from the home office.
If having the flexibility of a work-home when you want it is attractive to you, you want our non-residential membership.
2. Decide what type of organisation you represent?
A registered charitable trust or charitable organisation. You provide social or community services and have social impact aims. Your principle funding sources are government contracts, gaming trusts and/or philanthropic funders/individuals.
Not for profit
An incorporated society or club, your principle aim is social impact and you’re engaged in the provision of social improvement or community services. Funding sources may be central government, philanthropic funders or subscription/membership fees.
A sole trader, partnership, or an entity connected to a charitable trust. Your goals are social impact, you want to be actively involved in our community and do good things for our family and for the wider world. Revenues are derived from the selling of products or services.
A department of local, regional, national or other government body (e.g. DHB), you are engaged in the provision of services to society. Funded from government, you are keen to explore the benefits of collaboration with other organisations.
A partnership, sole trader or limited company. Your principle goal is revenue/profit, but you've got heart. Note: You'll need to articulate/demonstrate a social responsibility ethos and a willingness to participate in the TK community.
3. Select your membership below...
Our services key
Here, you’ll see all the services available at TK and that they’ve all been made into cute little icons.
Awww! We know, right! Then, beneath each membership opportunity, you’ll see those cute little icons again explaining exactly what’s included in that membership type.
If you ever find yourself face to face with The Godfather and he says, “I’m gonna make you an offer you can’t refuse”. If that offer is a Te Kotare membership at TK, can we suggest you take the deal!
A Te Kotare membership you see, is everything TK is about. It allows your organisation all the benefits of collective working, the connections, the collaboration, the networking, and all at a time that suits you. It is the ‘full monty’, the ‘bees knees’, it might even be, the 'Rolls Royce’.
Basically a Te Kotare membership provides you with a fixed piece of real estate, your desk and no-one else’s.
Have the family pictures up, bring in the chair cushion or the back massager (whatever his name is) and feel safe in the knowledge that your desk is available for you, at any point, 24-7/365. Te Kotare membership is your very own home away from home.
Monthly charge, paid in advance.
Ideal for the part-time member, a Te Kahu membership provides you with a flexible option. We’ll provide you with a ‘Flexi’ desk for use during your time in the office and you’ll get all the benefits of membership detailed with the icons below. Te Kahu, Te Korimako and Te Kotuku members have the advantage of being able to select any free ‘Flexi’ desk in the building.
But given you cannot book a specific location, this does mean that your ‘Flexi’ desk may change every time you come into the office and therefore you may not be able to sit beside your colleagues.
Monthly charge, paid in advance.
Are you an individual or group who already has an office? Maybe you work from home, or your own office can just get a bit busy sometimes? You want some time out, you want to be part of something different.
As a Te Kereru non-resident member you can come to TK anytime Monday through Friday and work from our high-riser tables. You can meet colleagues or clients in The Pavilion, or your can book private meeting or conference spaces for those other events.
Maybe you just think we’re a bit cool and would like to become a member simply so you’re invited to all the events and networking opportunities? That's all good, we get it, we know we're cool. ;)
With TK's Te Kereru membership we're here when you need us.
Annual charge paid in advance.
If you or your organisation is of limited scale or based out of town, and need a work space on a limited number of days each month, then our Te Korimako add-on is for you. This allows you the flexibility of a pay as you use system. No need to book, just pop in when you need a space, register with reception, select a ‘Flexi’ desk and you’re set.
Should you have any meetings, you’re welcome to use our meeting pods, informal meeting spaces, the deck or TK Kafe. But, please remember meeting rooms or conference facilities are not included in this membership. You will need to book these at the advertised hourly rate.
Maybe your organisation doesn’t need a desk or work space, but has monthly or regular meetings. Maybe you struggle to find a venue every month, or find it difficult sourcing somewhere big enough for committee members and attendees.
A Te Kotuku membership add-on allows your group to join TK and have access to one of our meeting rooms for one three hour session per month which is included in your monthly subscription at a discounted rate.
If you need more time, or more rooms, or more meetings that’s no problem, just ask the TK team.