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Smartup on Work (Space)

NEARLY EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

With many different office types stirring around you, such as coworking, serviced offices, surplus space, long-term space, how can one make the right choice? This article is dedicated to helping you know the top reasons to consider a serviced office. Before we launch into the...

In early March of 2018, the GorillaSpace team met with Lendlease Asia and interviewed their Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Justin Gabbani about their experience with coworking. We also got the chance to tour their new space and observe how their experience was working firsthand. So, what...

Falling under the “flexible workspace” category, a serviced office is an office that is fully equipped with shared work amenities and managed by a facility management company. A serviced office usually consists of multiple different businesses, which is why they are usually divided into smaller,...

A coworking space, also commonly known as a co sharing space or co-working space, is home to a style of work that involves a shared office space. People who work in coworking spaces are not employed by the same organization. They work alongside one another...

The GorillaSpace team interviewed Grace Sai, CEO & Co-Founder of Impact Hub Singapore for this year’s International Women’s Day. Here’s one woman’s dream and goal to leave a strong benchmark for women in leadership. Let’s #PressForProgress together! Enjoy the short interview! CLICK HERE: http://bit.ly/GS-Grace    ...

  In March 2017, Leadlease set up its Asia headquarters in the coworking space The Work Project at OUE Downtown Gallery. It was to be the start of a remarkable journey.The fascinating experiment saw approximately 100 Lendlease Asia employees relocating from their elegant office at Anson...

As each year progresses, it shouldn't come as a surprise that the number of coworking spaces in Singapore is substantially increasing, specifically in the Central Business District (CBD). Robinson Road, a street smack in the middle of the business district, stands out in particular for...

Visiting Singapore for the first time, it's easy to jaw-drop looking at the Singapore skyline, especially at the Marina Bay Sands (MBS), more commonly described as the three buildings with a surfboard on top. Although MBS is indeed an architectural masterpiece, the slightly less flashy...