Table Tennis tables Brisbane
There aren’t many startup office spaces that do not have some sort of break-out area for employees to utilise. And one of the main features of pretty much most startup break-out spaces you enter is a ping pong or table tennis setup – pending on the size of the space, maybe even two.
Ping pong has become somewhat synonymous with global startup ‘culture’ today. In fact, entire movements have been launched because of the deep connection between the startup world and our love of ping pong – organisations and meet up groups like Startup Ping Pong and the San Francisco Ping Pong League hold regular tournaments across the Silicon Valley tech ecosystem; and Austin based SXSW holds an annual tournament as part of the Startup Village arm of its Interactive Conference each year. All capital cities in Australia have also held informal get-togethers around ping pong tables over beer and pizza in various co-working spaces. River City Labs took this one step further last year hosting the very first Brisbane Startup Ping Pong Battle.
Campaign Monitor, one of Australia’s most successful technology companies, take its office ping pong so seriously that engineers James Dennes and Dave Martin from the startup created