India took up the fast pace of adapting co-working in so many states and some of us still don’t know the existence of shared spaces.
Co-working in Asia has become very popular in some major countries like Taiwan, Honk Kong, Singapore etc.
The idea of co-working progressed in countries where investing in an office space was a financial burden to an individual with a great idea. For someone to have come up with such an ideal thought is clearly obliging especially for entrepreneurs freelancers, start-up’s etc. Since Asia relatively became scarce for office spaces, the trend of co-working quickly caught on and evolved.
Now a lot of entrepreneurs across the world are indebted to the idea of co-working. All of South East Asia had popularly gained market with over 10,000 forecast to be open for business by the end of 2016.
In Hong Kong, many co-working spaces have fostered the start-up community. Nowadays these office spaces can be found across the globe. Hong Kong Island is one place where a vast community of office spaces are found
Apart from experiencing the bliss of all the provided facilities, co-working spaces help transpire a strong community within the building. For a trend that evolved across the world, India never ceased to fall out. For example: In India, Workshaala spaces has helped in the rapid growth of shared office spaces in Bangalore along with other ideal start-up companies, that associate their business to help today’s entrepreneur’s and start-up’s.
A lot of café’s and rooftop bars pose as co-working spaces, by letting their customers use the Wi-Fi and by giving them the ease of working without paying much.
What better way to work at a café than over a cup of coffee? The provision of such an ambience is definitely comforting
Most of the top business oriented cities are located in Asia. An appealing factor about their government being very supportive and flexible is making entrepreneurship an ideal career path.