Ooosh is a co-working space founded by two entrepreneurial enthusiasts, they built a hub that connects business and tech talents all over Hong Kong. Ooosh nurtures startups to grow from the ground up, offering a true co-working experience rather than just some desks and chairs. The co-working community consist of entrepreneurs, engineers, web/app developers as well as data architects, digital marketers, social media specialists and designers among others.
Ooosh, Room 803, 8/F, Lai Cheong Factory Building, 479-479A Castle Peak Road, Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong, http://ooosh.hk/
Located directly above the Sheung Wan MTR, this location can’t be beat! Playground.work offers hot desks, private offices, event space, and a rockin’ coffee shop ideal for meetings. The Founder is focused on bridging work and life in this funky space. Prepare to find a climbing wall, a video game room, and more fun sprinkled around the office area. The team here is easy to work with and the space is full of light making working on your next big thing…fun!
A co-working office, event space and startup academy, Paperclip covers all the bases for business-savvy entrepreneurs. They have interesting one-day courses, such as their upcoming “How to Run an E-Business” course on 9 April – just one of the helpful courses available on a weekly basis. There are also events in the office space, and everything you need: hot desks, meeting rooms and dedicated desks. Open 24-hours so fab for flexi-hours.
Paperclip HK, 3/F, Nam Wo Hong, 148 Wing Lok St, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 3586 2888, www.papercliphk.com
Now with three locations in Wan Chai, K-Town and soon in Sai Kung, it seems like this co-working space is onto something! It might be The Hive‘s cool decor, outdoor garden, free coffee and tea, flexible membership, or all of the above! You can choose from dedicated desks or hop onto a hot desk; there are also meeting rooms, printing and storage services and they can help with company registration.
The Hive Wan Chai, 21/F, The Pheonix Building, 23 Luard Rd, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 3568 6343, www.thehive.com.hk
The Hive Kennedy Town, 6/F, Cheung Hing Industrial Building, 12P Smithfield Rd, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, +852 2448 9830, www.thehivekennedytown.com.hk
The Hive Saikung, Tai Mong Tsai Road, Sai Kung, Hong Kong, +852 9356 7883,www.thehivesaikung.com.hk
The 14,000 sq ft space conveniently located in Tin Hau is the ideal spot for startups and freelancers looking for a cheery, eco-friendly office space.Cocoon has free Wifi, an indoor cafe, 3D printer, mail services, conference rooms as well as has 100 hot seats, so there’s always a spot to work. They also have a lounge room with comfy bean bags to lay back and find inspiration.
Cocoon, 3/F, Citicorp Centre, 18 Whitfield Rd, Tin Hau, Hong Kong, +852 3158 2999,www.hkcocoon.org
Calling all fashionistas! FFF offers the first and only fashion and design focused co-working space in Hong Kong. The Foundation serves as a platform for young designers and fashion experts to share their ideas and experiences through events such as catwalk shows, professional seminars, individual interviews, forums and group discussions. Members are welcomed to exchange their views, get inspired, brainstorm and look for collaboration opportunities.
Fashion Farm Foundation (FFF), Unit A, 9/F, D2 Place, 9 Cheung Yee Street, Lai Chi Kok, Hong Kong +852 2153 3355, www.fashionfarmfoundation.org
The Makerhive is for people who design and make things. This is perfect for young people who like to collaborate, share ideas and build a network. You can use the coworking space for day to day business and the workshop for prototyping designing, or simply tinkering. The floor is set out as one third open plan, one third private offices, one third workshop and a large amount of storage space.
Makerhive, 10th floor, Cheung Hing Building, 12P Smithfield Road, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, +852 2448 9830, http://makerhive.com.hk/
Garage Society serves all lifestyles. They have a collaborative ecosystem that takes on initiatives in co-working, co-learning, and co-investing, to bring about tangible growth and inspiring change. As well as a workspace there is a terrace to catch some rays on, meeting rooms, a well-stocked bar, events and of course plenty of ways you can collaborate.
The Garage Society, 8/F & 9/F, 33 Des Voeux Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3952 7200, and 19/F, 299 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong http://thegaragesociety.com/
Campfire offers space and bandwidth in a well-designed collaborative work environment for young companies to develop and formulate ideas. There are lots of ways you can get involved; whether it is working solo, sharing ideas, networking, or attending an event. Campfire is ideal for startups and young companies.
Campfire, 4th Floor, Cheung Hing Industrial Building, 12P Smithfield Road, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, https://campfire.work
They offer one of the most flexible plans in town, from hourly memberships all the way up to multiple months. They are for everyone so whether you need to hack out that 15-page business plan or crack that coding block, find a place where you can have a coffee, chat, or just contemplate about… life, they have just the space for you.
The Desk, 511 Queen’s Road West, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, +852 3706 8978,http://www.thedesk.com.hk/