Elaine Tsung, CEO and Founder of Hong Kong-based coworking facility provider Garage Society, talks about the emerging demand of coworking spaces in Asia and shares how different countries in the region are adopting this new way of working.
An investment banker turned serial entrepreneur, Elaine Tsung founded Garage Society in 2014 as she realized the need to create flexible workspace solutions and provide business support to the new generation workforce across Asia.
Now, the coworking spaces of Garage Society are in Thailand, Cambodia, the Philippines and recently have also made its way in India.
Read as Tsung discusses the rise of coworking spaces in India.
How is the demand for coworking spaces like in Southeast Asia? Is it a popular trend there to have a coworking culture?
In April 2018 last year, Garage Society roped in Prashant Garg to head its India business and take the company’s vision forward – to establish this Asia based co-working space operator as a stack office space solution for enterprises, startups or freelancers, ahead in the country.
Coworking spaces have recently gained popularity in the country and many multinational brands like WeWork and CoWorks have also opened their spaces here.