Thanks to the coworking spaces and flexible workspaces that are mushrooming all over the globe, now businesses are able to secure office space in some of the most competitive cities despite conventional office rental rates throughout the Asia-Pacific region getting higher, including in one of the strategic markets: Kuala Lumpur.
Public transport plays an essential role in reducing the costs due to congestion - especially in the Kuala Lumpur city center and can boost productivity of working people. Towards Malaysia 2020, now the key city infrastructure has developed into one of the most modern transportation systems - with a comprehensive network of rapid trains and buses.
People may think about an office as a dull, laugh-less jail where such lives and breathes are those who stuck to their work desk from 9 to 5, typing rhythmically on keyboards. Well here's a reality. It's 2019 and that concept of an office is woefully outdated. We're now moving forward to flexibility, convenience, and efficiency!
Coworking is a modern working style that first begun in Malaysia around 2010 - but only from 2016 onwards is the concept getting popular among local people and of course foreigners in Malaysia. It has been relentlessly developing in recent years with the amount of coworking spaces in Kuala Lumpur multiplying every single year. The shared workplace turned out to be alluring to work-at-home experts, self-employed entities, freelancers, and even conglomerates - Petronas has signed up for office spaces with Common Ground.
WeWork, Equitorial Plaza
Thanks to technology, the world we live and work in today has changed dramatically, and the shape of the workforce is changing with it. Technology is enabling an increasingly mobile workforce. It’s not just employees who are mobile, the makeup of workers is also changing - dubbed the "gig economy."
Co-Labs, Utropolis Shah Alam
Without a doubt, there are a few people who need to make tracks in an opposite direction from work while they're out of town. Yet, an increasing number of individuals, whether digital nomads or business travellers, need to discover approaches where they can find a balance with working and being on holiday.
We've all been there - caught in a chilly, windowless training room with other participants, tuning in to some moderator ramble on about who knows what. As you've presumably accumulated from that poor soul, it's not always easy to lead trainings, meetings, or conferences. Truth be told, it tends to be a difficult task to keep the crowd engaged (and alert) while covering all the vital information.
Hello, Founders! Are you a foreigner needing to set up an organization or expanding one in Malaysia to catch the ASEAN market? Use this post as a guideline so you can take advantage of Malaysia's potential as a key market hub in the region.
With such huge numbers of beautiful event spaces in Kuala Lumpur, it is difficult to limit your decisions to just a single one - the one where you will celebrate your birthday this year. Fortunately, we've done the legwork for you and arranged a rundown of some of the best venues that can provide the optimal scene for your upcoming party. It is surely will be a real treat for everybody.