Coworking is simply putting your pants on, grabbing your laptop, leaving the procrastination‐hole you call your home‐office behind and proceeding onward to a proactive environment. It's where you are encompassed by individuals, Wi‐Fi, and coffee. It's where you get propelled by the mere presence of efficiency and your social network is real! It’s teaching, learning, and sharing. In brief, it's where ideas go to grow and dreams go to become reality.
Indonesia has taken notable measures to improve the business climate by deregulating its economy and allocating resources into building infrastructure like the MRT and LRT. This have encouraged both local and foreign investment in the country. Rodrigo A. Chaves, World Bank Country Director for Indonesia credited sound macroeconomic policies to investment growth reaching a five-year high. Around 20 reform efforts had been carried out since 2014 to include openness and competition, some notable improvements are: reduction in cost to starting a business, improved access to credit, ease of trading across borders, and better tax system.
After making its first moves into Asia in 2016 with a space in Shanghai, WeWork - currently valued at USD$20 billion - has continued its expansion across the continent at a seemingly unstoppable rate. The coworking giant then moved into Hong Kong in 2017, setting up offices in Wan Chai and Causeway Bay.
WeWork and FlySpaces share the goal of easing the growing pains of small businesses by providing workspace solutions. It's no longer just about growing fast but growing strong. WeWork understands that aside from a space that is beautifully and thoughtfully constructed, an authentic team culture, enriching challenges, and work-life balance is conducive for productivity. These elements are crucial for companies with the elusive-but-attainable dream of becoming the next unicorn. And FlySpaces will help bring that to Southeast Asia!