Co-work it baby!


Co-working spaces are the new place to see and be seen, the place where deals close and startup ideas are born.  You can rub shoulders with VCs or meet the next Royston Tay, or just head out for drinks with fellow entrepreneurs.

Come check out our local co-working spaces.  It’s a great place to find a cushy new desk or meet the dozens of startups that base their operations in co-working spaces.

Here’s a run down of co-working spaces you can visit during Walkabout 2014.

Collective Works (100 Cecil Street#10-01/02 at The Globe) – Jonathan has thought out every nook and cranny in this high rise co-working space. Modular desks, white boards built at the height for video conferencing, removable outlets and a clean, simple layout.  This is the place to work from if you crave a creative work space AND easy access to Singapore’s big players in CBD.

The Co. (75 High Street) – With big name tenants like Sequoia Ventures, The Co. is not playing around.  The white on white design exudes class and sophistication.

The Hub (National Youth Council Academy, 113 Somerset Road) – The Hub provides a community of like-minded entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs to connect, mingle, and have coffee with. Go meet dozens of social entrepreneurs and check out the Hub’s big red bus.

Regus (One Fullerton, 1 Fullerton Road #02-01) – The world’s largest provider of flexible workspaces – this is where you’ll meet dozens of executives from around the world and discover a world of corporate nomads.




There are over 100 companies participating in this event. Visit as many companies as you want or just drop in on a few. A full list of companies, including open houses, awesome events happening during walkabout and folks you can meet at the afterparty are located here. On the day of walkabout, use the map on our website to find out what open offices are nearby.


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