November 22, 2012 by Terence LEE
Thailand could be on the precipice of a coworking boom. In recent months, the country has seen the emergence of two new coworking spaces, both hoping that they’ll draw Thailand’s emerging community of entrepreneurs and freelancers.
The pioneer in the nation’s coworking scene is HUBBA, which bills itself as Bangkok’s first coworking space for tech and creative startups. Ever since it soft-launched in July 2012, the venue has managed to attract over 100 registered members, with 50 of them active.
According to Amarit Charoenphan, co-founder of HUBBA, the team realized that Thailand was ready for coworking spaces due to a big community of freelancers that were underserved by existing facilities. Many were still working from home or at a cafe. Read more