Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia—With a skyline characterized by soaring glass and steel high-rises, sleek buildings with pointed spires, historic architecture alongside modern structures—and another 60 new office buildings expected by 2018—the metropolis, fondly known as KL, is a prime destination for innovative corporations and global business. In their continued regional expansion, FlySpaces debuts its Malaysian chapter in the capital city. Now, start-ups, entrepreneurs, companies, and relocating businesses have a convenient portal into Kuala Lumpur.
Whitespace, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
As the third largest and third richest economy in Southeast Asia, Malaysia is a bustling epicenter for international trade and business. At its heart is KLCC, the financial district marked by the distinct Petronas Towers, built at the turn of the century and still the world’s tallest twin towers. With its high rate of real GDP growth (a steady 4-5% per annum), affordable cost of living, and cultural diversity, it has consistently ranked in PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Global Cities of Opportunity.
Centennial, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Since its inception in October 2015, FlySpaces has become the leading network for workspaces in Southeast Asia, with a solid presence in Singapore and the Philippines. With the addition of Malaysia, its third country of operation, the company now helps place individuals and businesses in over 150,000 square meters of workspace across Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Manila, and Cebu. The online portal has supported major clients such as Uber and Mediacorp, and has been instrumental in the smooth operation of countless startups and SMEs that span the region. They were recently voted the no. 1 startup in the Philippines by TOP100 Echelon Asia, and they will be competing for the top spot in all of Asia this June.
The Greyhouse, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
“After our launch in Singapore, entering Kuala Lumpur was the next logical step,” said Mario Berta, CEO and cofounder of FlySpaces. “Kuala Lumpur is a natural extension of our current markets. It will allow customers that are looking for one-stop-shop solutions for their short-term office and work space needs in the region to be even more mobile in South East Asia.”
FlySpaces launched soon after onboarding some of KL’s most prominent co-working and serviced offices including JustCo, Servcorp, and Incube8. The company plans to increase its number of partners, targeting established businesses that wish to monetize their extra office space, to keep up with the demand for more flexible, short-term workspaces.
Kickstart your local operations or regional expansion in the Klang Valley today. Log onto flyspaces.com and view work spaces for lease in Petaling Jaya and larger Kuala Lumpur.
Entrepreneur Lab, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia