Instant & Ready
Bring your laptop and get started on your business instantly without any CAPEX
Simple & Sustainable
A single bill monthly for sustainably spaced and gender friendly workplace
Long term office that improves team’s focus or short term for project
Upgrade or right-size workplace according to your business needs
Hot Desk (Co-Working Space)
Ideal for those who do not need dedicated and full time workspace. Telecommuters or startups’ preferred choice.
One of the many great innovations in the workforce community is the emergence of co-working space. The need for it has become more apparent, parallel to the growing independent workforce sprouting incessantly around the world. Initially a very popular concept, especially in countries where space is limited in major metropolitan cities. However, the ideology has grown far more rapidly beyond this with so many people wanting a space of their own to work, aside from home but in a place comfortable and even cozy enough without the feeling of total isolation. The co-working space answers to these needs and opens up new “communities” for the very creative individuals and groups. Co-working space has now become more sophisticated and diverse in their set ups, embracing the concept of a fun, unique and versatile environment.
A Growing Concept
In essence, many cafes were once thought of as the ideal co-working space, evidently from the set up that these operators offer to their patrons. From cozy plump sofas to executive chairs perched about a very promising table. Wifi is lightning fast and naturally patrons would spend longer time in a certain café where they could enjoy all these facilities with great amount of comfort. However, the type of patrons entering a café could be unpredictable. The usual diners or merely a group of friends having a session of conversation might dampen the spirit and comfort to those that seek a spot to work. Places like Starbucks, Coffee Bean and McCafé are some of the highly sought-after spots to work. It is almost a definite sight to see at least a few tables with laptops, chargers and a cup of their favorite beverage. So how could any place or space transcend further to mimic such provision of comfort, fun, flexibility but with the injection of a more private, official and semi-permanent space that one could call their own?