We've come a long way since we first launched in 2015, from our first desk in an office shared with an online booking platform to a team spread across 5 countries, operating in 11 cities around Southeast Asia.
The coworking trend continues to be on the rise - with Deskmag predicting over 1 million people will have used a coworking space by the end of the year. Working out of these spaces has been shown to improve productivity, but first you need to find the right space for you.
It’s that time of the year where amidst all of the work you’re getting done, you have to find time to plan your office Christmas party.
Finding an affordable office space for your new business in a good location is difficult. To help out, FlySpaces has compiled a list of cost-effective offices in key cities of Southeast Asia. These office and coworking spaces are not only strategically located in the busy and talent-rich Business Districts, they also all have unique features that suit every type of team.
Running a business requires entrepreneurs to face a myriad of obstacles. Among them, honing a product idea, developing a business plan, forming a strong team, and also finding the perfect space wherein the business can grow. This last task has proven challenging for many entrepreneurs, especially in Southeast Asia where office vacancy rates are among the lowest in the world. These circumstances have encouraged startups and SMEs to explore options outside of conventional office leasing; thus the trend of short-term workspace solutions, particularly coworking, has taken flight in the region.
Hong Kong, China— The use of short-term workspaces is gaining momentum in cities all around the world, allowing freelancers, small business owners, and independent workers to rent a working area that is free of long-term commitments and entry barriers. More and more businesses are opting for this kind of office lease over those of the conventional nature for its increased flexibility, convenience and affordability. With the rising popularity of coworking spaces, the preference for short-term solutions is catching on across the globe, and Southeast Asia is no exception.