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A NYC Business Trip to Hong Kong: The Top 16 Coworking Spaces
Hong Kong is known internationally as one of the best places in the world to start your business because they have made it a point of emphasis to create one of the most tax-friendly places anywhere. This attracts ambitious entrepreneurs around the world. English is prevalent and the legal system is separate from that of Mainland China making it much easier to do business in Hong Kong than anywhere else in Asia. If you're not sure where to start a new business having your headquarters in Hong Kong makes a lot of sense, this can be especially true for eCommerce companies that do business with Chinese manufacturers. Being centrally located in Asia and one of the most tax-friendly places to start a business it's not surprising that coworking spaces are doing extremely well. Hong Kong has been voted the world's freest economy for 17 years in a row. Here are the best coworking spaces in Hong Kong ranked by their peers, the local community, stability, weekly events, their staff and online reviews. Check out our event space in NYC
Central Park provides a valuable platform for freelancers and entrepreneurs who intend to grow and connect. Coworking naturally encourages networking. Central Park has a collaborative workspace and offers members as a chance to be a part of the community without losing their independence.
With a goal of helping people in Hong Kong achieve their passions through hard work and perseverance. Campfire provides a reliable and flexible coworking space as an easy solution for your office needs.
Uno is positioned as a business enabler for entrepreneurs and startup business in Hong Kong. They are dedicated to delivering a brand new office user experience to their members beyond their imagination.
The Hive KTown is designed to be a spacious coworking space with a relaxed vibe that attracts creative types like photographers and journalists, as well as established companies. They converted a huge industrial building into a modern place that covers 7000 sq. feet of coworking space with an internal balcony where you can sit back and relax over a coffee break.
The Coffee House is a coworking space located in the Aberdeen district of Hong Kong. It’s located in a renovated industrial space with clean design and a touch of industrial style. They attract an active community of creative freelancers, small businesses, and coffee professionals.
Nestled in the up and coming Sai Ying Pun neighborhood, Platform provides a unique event space for those seeking a comfortable and relaxed environment to create, collaborate and simply showcase awesome stuff.
The Loft is a coworking space in Hong Kong that occupies a sprawling 8,000 sq. ft office space that provides a relaxed atmosphere for peoples in creative industries. The interior is designed to be comfortable and inspiring for their members.
Wynd Coworking Space provides a lifestyle workspace to their members, offering top amenities, maximum flexibility and a variety of options to join. They are a social hub for people who share the same values and are interested in the synergy from working with interdisciplinary talents from around the world. Being centrally located in Lan Kwai Fong, near SoHo, Wynd is the only coworking space located at the creative core of Hong Kong. They organize networking events, training, workshops and seminars for their clients to attend, helping them build knowledge and grow their business. With a focus on community, they are dedicated to providing their members with the environment and tools they need to succeed.
Hong Kong Commons is building critical mass in Hong Kong for the venture, startup, and entrepreneur community. With their partners including TEDxHongKong, the SME Creativity, InvestHK and many others their extended community of entrepreneurs, and ecosystem of professionals provides a network, platform, and opportunities for exceptional individuals and companies.
Cocoon attracts individuals with unique talents such as entrepreneurs, innovators, designers, engineers, experienced leaders and investors to explore opportunities together to turn ideas into reality. Bringing together different forces, they strive to enable members to get access to complementary partners.
Paperclip is Hong Kong's first dedicated startup campus which uniquely combines a startup academy with a coworking space. Paperclip's mission is to raise Hong Kong's startup standards. The academy focuses on the lean startup methodologies and business model canvas tools. The beautifully designed, 8000 square feet space is located in Sheung Wan, the 'New Central' for startups, and is equipped with office, meeting, classroom and event space.
A beautiful coworking space for startup businesses, freelancers, and entrepreneurs in the creative industry. Located in the vibrant Wan Chai district, the vicinity is easy to access via public transportation so getting around the city is easy. They have five floors with an open plan workspace with hot desks, dedicated workstations, stylish private offices and an outdoor sun terrace. This is a great place to spend your working days surrounded by dynamic startups from the creative community.
The Good Lab is Hong Kong’s first social innovation hub. They have built a community of change makers at their coworking spaces by providing learning programs and experimental opportunities for the development of innovative ideas. Igniting interest and encouraging collaboration to solve complex social and environmental problems through their Social Innovation Academy. They offer a comprehensive ecosystem of support for social entrepreneurs that want to make their idea a reality.
The Farm SoHo
The Farm SoHo will wow you and your guests with its rustic charm and inviting environment. New York City's most engaged community of startup teams, developers, remote workers, freelancers, and entrepreneurs. They have converged to share ideas, innovate and learn in a collaborative and nurturing environment. Their story began in Missouri where they found a gorgeous barn that needed a second chance. They dismantled the barn and brought it to NYC and rebuilt in in their loft in SoHo.