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SafetyCulture unveils new Australian Open inspired meeting room

Moments That Matter | SafetyCulture News | By | 18 Jan 2024 | < 1

SafetyCulture unveils new Australian Open inspired meeting room

“This could’ve been said in an email,” said nobody at SafetyCulture today as the company unveiled its new Australian-Open-inspired meeting room.

Second to being at the actual tournament in Melbourne Park, SafetyCulture staff are finding any excuse to run a meeting in this immersive space, so they can feel like they’re part of the action.

“We’ve spared no detail when transforming this space into our very own Rod Laver Arena,” says Keyna Fryer, Workplace Experience Director at SafetyCulture. “It’s the perfect nod to our ongoing partnership with Tennis Australia.”

Complete with ball baskets, drinks-filled eskies, and the AO’s signature blue hard court design, could this be the key to productivity in the workplace?

Check out the new meeting room below:

We’ve reached AO fever pitch at SafetyCulture. Check out what else we’ve been doing with Tennis Australia:

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