Co-working spaces – a working option for Penang

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It was bound to come to Penang sooner or later. The possibilities that the internet provides have changed how we seek information, how we socialise and how we work. It is changing where we work as well.

For 20 and 30-somethings, working all day in an office cubicle is increasingly becoming an antiquated concept especially since, for a lot of people, all that is really needed for work is a good internet connection and a laptop. Instead, there is a growing worldwide trend of people working freelance or using company “flexitime” to work from home or coffee shops.

However, coffee shops and cafes aren’t always the best working environments – chatty neighbours and an unsecured work space can be distracting and time-wasting. This is where co-working comes in.


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