This space in Quezon City is one of them and is encouraging workers to “report for work” on a long-term basis. Apart from Internet access and a place to work, the space also offers use of pantry facilities (where you can exchange small talk with shared space co workers), unlimited coffee, tea, or water. Lockers are issued for members who avail of monthly subscription. A conference or meeting room can also be booked on a first come, first served basis. This co-working space is open Mondays to Fridays, from 9am to 9pm. Daily, weekly, and monthly rates apply. Unlimited access to meeting room is subject to reservation.
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Quezon City is another business and thinker’s haven. It is one of the preferred places to set up businesses and shops because of its high population. The area is also known as a University town, given the presence of different schools and universities. Unlike other cities, this place is more known for its artisanal shops and independent restaurants (as opposed to commercial, or franchised ones). Easily accessible from major thoroughfares, people can go around Quezon City by driving or taking public transport.