In recent years, thanks to the surge in remote workers and opportunities in the growing gig economy, shared offices and coworking spaces have experienced a modern renaissance, with innovative office concepts and novel workspaces proliferating across the globe.Read more
Driven by an enterprising spirit, Singapore’s coworking environment has developed alongside the country’s progressive economy. With a supportive business community, including financial backing from the government, shared office spaces have grown from a burgeoning trend into a respectable standard. With the work force shifting to flexible office concepts, these creative fields have become hubs of activity and collaborative inspiration.
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Convenience and sensibility are at the heart of coworking in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Startups, freelancers, lean corporations, and thriving businesses alike continue to seek out new and exciting workspaces that suit their company’s needs and fit reasonable budgets.
Built to accommodate a diverse pool of professionals with various needs, Kuala Lumpur’s edgy coworking spaces are charged with passion and bristling with the capital’s creative workforce.Read more
Founded in 1989 by English entrepreneur Mark Dixon, Regus (www.regus.com) has established itself as a multinational corporation that provides serviced offices and workspaces around the world—the global leader in the flexible work space industry.
With a network that spans over 100 countries, over 900 cities, and over 3000 locations, Regus is more than 20 times bigger than their next competitor. “That means that you will always have professional flexible work space with Regus near you, almost regardless of where you are,” says Lars Wittig, Country Manager for Regus Philippines (www.regus.com.ph).Read more
Fuente Osmeña Rotonda, Cebu City
Situated in the Central Visayas and designated as the Philippines’ Queen City of the South, Cebu offers an alternative to Metro Manila’s restless urban hustle and bustle. In this Visayan capital city, expect a laid-back atmosphere that reflects its lush island surroundings. Cebu offers a concentration of tourism destinations, heritage sites, pristine shores, sweeping city views, as well as a booming economic industry. Aside from its idyllic scenery, Cebu City is second only to Manila in terms of business and investment potential, ranked 7th in Tholons’ 2016 Top Outsourcing Destinations, identified in 2014 as one of 5 Future Eco-Cities in Asia by the United National Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), and previously declared as a Top 10 Asian City of the Future by Finance Direct Investment Magazine.Read more
For over two decades, Regus has built its reputation as the world’s leading provider of serviced workspaces—with business centers, executive suites, conference rooms, lounges, and virtual offices spanning 3000 locations, 900 cities, and 120 countries. With a trusted network of centers across the globe, Regus is the preferred choice for clients such as Apple, Toshiba, and Google in the Philippines. This month, Regus opens their 24th workspace in the Philippines, a testament to their solid and unwavering presence.
On May 30, 2016, the Regus Office at McKinley Town Centre finally opens its doors. The newly launched office is ideal for long-term tenants as well as temporary space rentals—featuring 34 offices, 179 work stations, 2 meeting rooms, a business lounge, and café. To learn the story behind the company’s regional progress and their ongoing global expansion, Flyspaces had the unique opportunity to speak with Lars Wittig, Country Manager for Regus Philippines.
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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.Read more
Nowadays, with the rise of sharing economies, business owners, entrepreneurs, and startups face a wealth of options for leasing workspaces. There are a number of factors to consider when choosing a suitable workspace for you and your team, including company size, resources, and operation costs. So before signing off on that long-term office lease, it’s best to weigh the advantages and disadvantages of opting for short-term, shared, or temporary workspaces.
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The idea of what constitutes workspace has changed over the years. From traditional office cubicles, there are now coworking and shared office spaces where you can rent a desk or private room to operate your business. There are also meeting and conference rooms, retail spaces, and venues for events that you can rent short-term, promoting flexibility and mobility for your company. As the concept of workspace continues to evolve, we look for new and unique spaces to offer our clients with better and more efficient working environments. And so, FlySpaces is introducing a new workspace category that will elevate your experience to scrumptious heights: corporate dining.Read more
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Located on the boundary line of three major cities in the Philippines, Ortigas is one of the most important business districts and financial centers in the country. The 100-hectare urban development area is home to many office buildings, shopping malls, condominiums, bars, restaurants, and entertainment centers.
Some of the biggest companies in the country can be found here. It can be overwhelming at first, but once you’ve explored the ins and outs of the area, you’ll be surprised that it’s got a lot to offer aside from great career opportunities.Read more