A guide to co-working spaces in Singapore
October 11, 2011 by Terence LEE
Co-working spaces are sprouting up all over Singapore, giving startups more options when it comes to cheap office spaces. The latest to emerge is Cowork@SG, which will be located in Joo Chiat, the eastern part of Singapore.
It is slated to open in mid-October, and will have room for about 20 desk spaces. Their second coworking space, which is much bigger, will open in early 2012 in Geylang.
Cowork@SG is co-founded by Bernie Chew, who left the corporate world to start her own business in 2010. However, finding it tough to go alone, she sought support in a another startup founder.
She hopes to replicate that spirit by starting this new co-working space. “Working independently does not mean working alone,” she writes, “we bring you the social, and you just take care of your business.”
But with so many co-working spaces in Singapore, it’s hard to find the right one to match your needs. To help you out, we’ve created a Google Map that serves as a guide with key information on the various spaces (also read our articles about Kennel, Startup@Sultan, Co-Working@dolphnSIX and others).
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About The Author
Terence LEE - Editor
Terence writes mainly about technology trends and startups in Asia. He believes in crafting smart content: Not just a regurgitation of text, but well thought-out pieces that serve the reader using a combination of data, design, narratives, analysis, and visual impact. His articles have been published on Venturebeat, Yahoo!, Straits Times, Today, and The Online Citizen. He also co-founded NewNation.sg, a satirical news site covering Singapore affairs. Engage him on LinkedIn and Twitter.Read other posts by Terence LEE