Faaez Samadi
Jul 16, 2018

Killing the cubicle: How co-working spaces are co-existing in Singapore

SECTOR STUDY: Players are fighting to differentiate their workspaces in the Lion City as a pleasant look and decent coffee are just table–or rather hotdesk–stakes now.

WeWork Beach Road in Singapore

If Singapore wasn’t sure what the fuss was about regarding co-working spaces, it certainly knows now. The industry’s growth in the city state over just the past few years has been astronomical, spanning the gamut of large international network co-working space brands to dozens of independent operators offering a space to perch comfortably with a laptop and crack on with whatever you’re doing.

Consider the numbers to service Singapore’s working age population of 3.7 million...

To continue reading this article you need to be registered with Campaign. Registration is free and only takes a minute. Register Now or sign in below if you already have an account.

Existing users sign in here

Forgotten Password?

Having trouble signing in?

Contact Customer Support at
cs@haymarket.asia
or call+852 2122 5227

Membership

Why Subscribe?

  • Campaign Asia-Pacific online premium content* including in-depth monthly focus on key trends and industry issues
  • Unlimited website access*, and an archive of more than 70,000 articles
  • Regular value-added supplements including brand health checks, sector studies, ad critiques and research charts
  • Daily newsletters and breaking story alerts straight to your inbox
  • New weekly feature articles on the latest research, innovation and marketing trends
  • Be the first to hear about industry events

or call +852 2122 5227
or email subscriptions@campaignasia.com

Follow us

Top news, insights and analysis every weekday

Sign up for Campaign Bulletins

Related Articles

Just Published

Premium
Google News Initiative to reveal APAC Innovation Challenge winners
Premium
54 minutes ago

Google News Initiative to reveal APAC Innovation ...

Twenty-three publishers win US$3.2 million in funding for new initiatives to drive reader revenue.

Premium
WFA names Raja Rajamannar president
Premium
56 minutes ago

WFA names Raja Rajamannar president

Edward Bell of Cathay Pacific, Lynette Pang of Singapore Tourism Board, Atul Agrawal of Tata and Adam Mohamed Wee Abdullah of CIMB join the organisation's executive committee.

Premium
Freeman names new global president
Premium
18 hours ago

Freeman names new global president

Phil Molyneux, the former head of Sony and Dyson, has joined the brand experience agency.

Premium
4 reasons advertisers should use performance video templates
Premium
21 hours ago

4 reasons advertisers should use performance video ...

Tested, performance-geared templates allow even non-specialists to make impactful ads, tweaked at scale to improve results.