Foray comes on the heels of its first year of operations in Southeast Asia.
World's largest co-work space operator launches in KL with 100k sq ft centre in heart of KL.
To launch a second space at Capital Tower, All Seasons Place in July 2018.
Indonesian angel investor and co-working space founder Chris Angkasa shares thoughts on the startup space.
Three-year MOU aims to offer co-working spaces for aspiring startups.
Will launch plans from RM30 a month with an annual coverage of RM12,000.
Funds will fuel expansion into Bangkok, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Ho Chi Minh City and Manila.
The Catcha-backed co-working operator sets out on an ambitious expansion plan.
Another Brick & Mortar company reaches out to startups to partner with and create synergy while a startup in Jakarta raises smart money – from a Brick & Mortar.
FlySpaces, which describes itself as the ‘Airbnb for short-term workspaces,’ said it has gone live in Kuala Lumpur effective May 6, its fourth city after its home base, as well as Cebu and Singapore.