In Hong Kong you will find a growing number of co-work spaces, entrepreneurship clubs, workshops, seminars and startup events happening on an almost daily basis. There are few places in Asia Pacific where you can mingle and network so often and as easily. So what are you waiting for? Get plugged in.
4 Cats Co-business Community
More than a co-working space, 4CATS is a co-business community for creative practitioners including designers, photographers, architects, programmers and craftsmen to unleash the full potential of creativity and innovation.
Location: Unit 1101, 11/F, Eastern Center, 1065 King's Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong Island
Should you have any enquiries on the co-work space, please contact Ms Klarus Lam, email: email@example.com.More Information
A tech focused co-work space for startups, corporates, gurus, influencers and investors with an aim of enabling connections, aligning resources to propel entrepreneurship forward.
Location: 16/F Cornwall House Taikoo Place, 979 King's Road Quarry Bay, MTR Quarry Bay Exit AMore Information
Brinc is looking for the best and brightest in IoT, design, startups and any other great small businesses that support this entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Limited desks available.
Price: HK$3,000/ month with a three-month minimum commitment
Apply and if you meet the criteria, and Brinc will get back to you within two weeks to discuss and set up a tour of the space to finalise details.More Information
Is a 14,000 square feet creative coworking space in the middle of Hong Kong shared by startups and freelancers. They host many events such as pitch nights and external events.
Location: 3/F, Citicorp Centre, 18 Whitfield Road, Tin Hau, MTR Tin Hau Exit A2 or MTR Fortress Hill Exit AMore Information
Coffice Coworking Space is committed to developing their excellent entrepreneurial ideas into actionable projects and programs for their members.By bringing different lifestyles into the work environment, members can become part of a new era of social, work-related integration. As the first shared office space in Hong Kong, Coffice aims to serve as a business incubator by providing a comprehensive service and communication platform.
Location: Unit 1101, Floor 11, Tower 1, Cheung Sha Wan Plaza, No. 833 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong (Lai Chi Kok MTR Station Exit A)More Information
Cowork CHM is a place for freelancers or independent professionals. It provides you a comfortable working space where you just bring along with your laptop, mobile phone and get ready to work.
Location 1: Unit B, 4/F, Mackenny Centre, no. 660 Castle Peak Road, Kowloon, MTR Lai Chi Kok Exit B1
Location 2: Flat 2, 7/F, Kiu Kin Mansion,No 566 Nathan Road, Mongkok, Kowloon, MTR Prince Edward Exit B2
Cyberport, a community of technology companies operating from a state-of-the-art IT platform, has launched Smart-Space to help technology companies seeking to grow or enter Mainland China and Asian markets. This flexible easy-access programme enables companies to rent ready-built facilities on terms from 1 to 12 months for a comprehensive fixed price. It’s the perfect launch pad for start-ups and new entrants, as well as a flexible environment for existing companies to scale their business.
- 100M Internet access
- Open Wi-Fi
- Complimentary subscription to the Cyberport Collaboration Centre to access Mainland China market
- Cyberport Cloud Development Platform
- Cyberport IP Telephony (for Room setting only)
- 24-hour access
- Complimentary use of meeting room facilities
- Complimentary use of fitness centre
Address: Cyberport, Pok Fu Lam, Hong KongMore Information
Dim Sum Labs
Dim Sum Labs is Hong Kong’s one and only hackerspace. At Dim Sum Labs, creatives are encouraged to come, gather into special interest communities and then make, hack, build, share, collaborate, educate, encourage, grow and achieve.
Location: 14F, Kong Ling Building, 100 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, MTR Sheung Wan Exit A2More Information
Eaton House is home to the sophisticated modern nomads.
They are the new generation work club offering a hybrid between co-working space & private members club. Through their platform, they connect culturally creative and curious Eaton Heroes.
Location: 5/F Champion Tower, 3 Garden Road, Central, Hong KongMore Information
Fashion Farm Foundation (FFF)
Established in 2012, Fashion Farm Foundation (FFF) is a non-profit organization founded by a group of enthusiastic entrepreneurs from the fashion and cultural creative Industry in Hong Kong. Its mission is to unite local fashion designers, cultural practitioners, industry experts and retailers to foster collaboration between business, lifestyle, education and cultural sectors and promote Hong Kong’s fashion design in Hong Kong and to the world.
FFF offers the first and only fashion and design focused co-working space in Hong Kong. We promote an engaging working community with welcoming atmosphere and encourage members’ interaction. The Foundation serves as a platform for young designers and fashion expertise 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.
Location: Unit A, 9/F, D2 Place, Cheung Yee Street, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon, MTR Lai Chi Kok Exit D2More Information
Hatton Studios is Hong Kong's only dedicated creative space for jewellery industry. Hatton Studios offers courses to learn the art of fine jewellery making and design from silversmithery, goldsmithery to product concept, design and development they can take you on a journey to learn a hobby or even a trade. Hatton studios have options to suit everyone from one-off students, occasional students to a growing community of professional contemporary jewellers for whom Hatton studios is their creative hub, their workspace, their gallery space and their commercial engine.
Location: 13/f Cheong Sun Tower, 118 Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan, MTR Seung Wan Exit BMore Information
By creating this unique space, Hong Kong Commons is breaking the misconception of expensive commercial space for growing businesses. Hong Kong Commons offers two conveniently located offices in Sheung Wan and Lai Chi Kok for you to choose from.
Location 1: Suite 909, Kwong Loong Tai Bldg., 1016-1018 Tai Nan W Street, Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon, MTR Lai Chi Kok Exit B1
Location 2: 25th Floor, Workington Tower, 78 Bonham Strand, Sheung Wan, MTR Sheung Wan Exit A2More Information
Hong Kong Science Park Soft Landing Centre
The Soft Landing Centre is open to entrepreneurs who plan to explore their technology business in Hong Kong, Mainland or other Asian regions. You can land at the Centre and get a taste of doing business in Hong Kong. A wide range of support services are provided:
Centre Facilities & Services
- Office workstation (1 week to 6 months utilisation) with recreational facilities
- Reception services
- Wi-Fi Internet
- Meeting Room
- Printer & Photocopier
- Courier Services
Business & Promotion Support
- Business matching with related partners
- Fundraising support
- Referral of professional services on business development
- Advice on launching business
- Recruitment Talent Pool Platform
Address: Hong Kong Science Park, Shatin, New Territories, Hong KongMore Information
Incu-Lab is an organization working on incubation of innovative and creative startups and change-making entrepreneurs, through providing co-working space, courses, training, education channels and multi-layer knowledge.
Location: Unit 2102, 148 Electric Road, Tin Hau, MTR Fortress Hill Exit AMore Information
LOffice is a model of Smart Work Commune (SWC) that refers to a professional,
LOffice also provides virtual office, incorporation, accounting & taxation, financing, design/ marketing services. You will not only find support of professional services and facilities. There is also an ecosystem where members benefit from a network to exchange business ideas, forge collaborative opportunities, learn smart work tips or simply share life enlightenment.
Location: 602 Sun Fung Ind. Building, 8 -12 Ma Kok Street, Tsuen Wan, MTR Tsuen Wan West Exit DMore Information
MakerBay is a MakerSpace in the heart of Hong Kong with great space, tools and maker community.
This co-work space is for makers to learn new skills in classes or participate in events, develop new invention and grow your business. There are also a wide range of services, from consulting to digital fabrication. Scientists, engineers, designers, artists, beginners or experts are welcome in MakerBay.More Information
Tailormade for product & industrial designers, architects, fashion start ups, hardware & robotics startups, Etsy makers, and creative entrepreneurs, MakerHive is a workspace and place for the community of members to meet, share ideas and collaborate. The 7000 square feet floorplan is light and airy with custom made furniture for members, everything is included in the monthly membership fee – desk space, workshop time, meeting room, fast broadband, coffee & tea, printing, storage and company post box.More Information
MISSOLINK combines a business center, a serviced office, a communication space and a leisure café to provide an business platform for freelancers, entrepreneurs and SMEs. Located in Kwun Tong, they not only provide a studio for young people who wish to start a business, but also gather a group of young and hard-working entrepreneurs to persevere and exert their creativity under the limited resources to bring together a vibrant network of people.
Loction: Missolink, Unit B, 12th Floor, King Yip Factory Building, 59 King Yip Street, Kwun Tong
Ooosh is a co-working place, a startup incubator, and a production studio, tailor-made to each and every startup and young entrepreneur.
Loction: Room 803, 8/F, Lai Cheong Factory Building, 479-479A Castle Peak Road, Cheung Sha Wan
A multi-purpose space for entrepreneurs to grow their businesses, Paperclip plans to nurture startups via expert advice, mentoring and workshops through their “startup academy.”
Location: 3/F, Nam Wo Hong Building, 148 Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan, MTR Sheung Wan Exit A2More Information
Located in the new burgeoning area in the Western district, Platform offers 5,000 square feet and three floors of meeting rooms, event spaces, a full kitchen, shower, break out room and even hosts film screenings and art shows.
Location: 1-3/F 120 Connaught Road West, Sai Ying Pun, MTR Sai Ying PunMore Information
Conveniently located in the thriving creative community of Quarry Bay, Retro spot is a 1,800 square feet creative coworking space designed to gather like-minded people to share, innovate and participate in a community for THINKERS, MAKERS and DOERS.
Location: Unit 4H, Tung Kin Factory Building, 200-202 Tsat Tzs Mui Road, Quarry Bay, MTR Quarry Bay Exit CMore Information
In the Fo Tan industrial area is a co-work space you might not have heard of. Startup Commune currently has 18 tables in 1200 square feet. For those who need to connect China and manufactures, Startup Commune has the shortest cut to Shenzhen.
Address: 4E, 33 Au Pui Wan St, Fo Tan, Hong Kong
Nearest MTR: Fo Tan Exit DMore Information
The Coffee House
The Coffee House is a renovated industrial space in Aberdeen with a clean design and a touch of industrial style, equipped with fast internet, essential office services, and work spaces including host desks, fixed desks, and private offices. The co-work space hopes to attract an active community of creative freelancers, small businesses, and coffee professionals.
Location: 10/F Aberdeen Industrial Bldg, 236 Aberdeen Main Road, Hong KongMore Information
The Crafties offers an accessible, comfy and ‘community’ coworking space for crafters with a purpose.
Location: 1/F, Sing Kui Commercial Building, 27 Des Voeux Road West, Sheung Wan, MTR Sheung Wan Exit CMore Information
The Garage Society
Garage Society, a leading co-work operator headquartered in Hong Kong.
Loaction1: 8/F & 9/F, 33 Des Voeux Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
Location2: 19/F, 299 Queen's Road Central Central, Hong Kong
Location3: 158A Connaught Road West, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
The Good Lab
Focusing on social enterprise startups, The Good Lab is a 20,000 square feet space located in Cheung Sha Wan and Prince Edward. This place feels like a co-workspace in size and the way the facilities are laid out: a theatre for screening movies or for seminars fits 100+, multiple conference rooms scattered around, huge open workspace, some closed offices, massive eating area with beanbags, and etc.
Loaction 1: 500 Tung Chau Street, Cheung Sha Wan, MTR Cheung Sha Wan Exit B
Loaction 2:5/F, Le Prabelle Hotel, 372 Portland Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon, MTR Prince Edward Exit C2More Information
The Hive is a members’ coworking space and creative community based in Wan Chai, Kennedy Town and Sai Kung of Hong Kong.
Location 1: 21st floor, The Phoenix Building, No.23 Luard Road Wan Chai, MTR Wan Chai Exit C
Location 2: 6th floor, Cheung Hing Industrial Building, 12P Smithfield Road, Kennedy Town, MTR Kennedy Town
Location 3: 5 Tai Mong Tsai Road, Sai KungMore Information
The Loft is situated in San Po Kong open to freelancers, startups and professionals. 8000 square feet of creative space ranging from hot or dedicated desk to private offices.
Location: Block A, 4th Floor, Lee King Industrial Building, 12 Ng Fong Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon, MTR Diamond Hill Exit A2More Information
The Work Project
The Work Project offers innovative office spaces with the mission to help people work better. Book daily or longer.
Location:15/F Soundwill Plaza II - Midtown, 1-29 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay, Hong KongMore Information
Tuspark Hong Kong (“TusparkHK”) is a subsidiary of Beijing based Tus-Holdings, which oversees the development, construction, operation and management of Tsinghua University Science Parks (Tuspark) around the country. Tus-Holdings network covers more than 20 cities and regions, directly investing in or controlling more than 200 companies with total assets under its management exceeding RMB 30 billion. Tuspark has an award-winning incubation program “Innospring” in Silicon Valley, 5 quality VC funds, as well as 15 listed companies that have graduated from Tuspark’s incubation programs.
Location: 118 Wai Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, MTR Ngau Tau Kok Exit B6More Information
WeWork is the platform for creators. It provides beautiful workspace, an inspiring community, and business services to thousands of members worldwide.
Location 1: 33 Lockhart Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Location 2: 535 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
WYND is the only co-working space located at the creative hub of Hong Kong. We are located in Central, right at LKF and neighbour to SOHO and the new and exciting PMQ. We welcome any creative individuals, startups, entrepreneurs, SMEs, whether from local or overseas, to join our exciting coworking community.
Location: Room 1003, 43-55 Wyndham Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, MTR Central Exit D2More Information
UNO Co-working Space
UNO is positioned as a “Business Enabler” for entrepreneurs and start-up business in Hong Kong. In UNO, we dedicated to deliver a brand new “office user” experience to our business members which definitely beyond their imagination.
With a revolutionary concept of maximizing the utilization of business resources, UNO provides not only well furnished office environment to our members, but also multiple meeting and event locations, opportunities for business networking and collaboration.
Location: 6/F, Central 88, No.88-98, Des Voeux Road Central, MTR Central Exit CMore Information
AnyWorkspace is a regional online real-time marketplace for on-demand workspaces that connects space providers with users of short-term workspaces and temporary meeting spaces. They offer a variety of spaces from hot desks, shared offices, private offices, meeting/seminar rooms to event spaces. Users can book them on hourly, daily and monthly basis. There is no sign-up fee and users need only pay for the space they use. Users can select their desired workspace from their huge HK database of listings and make instant booking with their credit card on their secured platform. It is convenient and easy to use and offers truly flexible terms.More Information
Quikspaces is an online platform which lists co-work spaces, business centres and shared offices in Hong Kong. Users can browse and compare workspaces, and then book the workspace directly on Quikspaces.More Information
AAMA Pearl River Delta Chapter
AAMA Pearl River Delta Chapter was founded in Hong Kong in 2012. AAMA Pearl River Delta Chapter aims to create, congregate and sustain the relationships, forums and principles valuable for the seeding and scaling of technology, innovation and their value chain, across technology and innovation centers worldwide. Meanwhile, it also provides a platform in which members can network, exchange ideas and share resources from the Pearl River Delta to Silicon Valley and vice-versa. AAMA Pearl River Delta Chapter hosts events to localize the effort to promote business relationships and works closely with Silicon Valley headquarters to ensure members realize the maximum benefit of the organizationMore Information
Internet Society Hong Kong
Internet Society Hong Kong Chapter (ISOC HK) is dedicated to the open, unencumbered, beneficial use of the Internet; the upholding of the freedom of expression and opinion, privacy of personal information and aversion of social discrimination; through responsible self-regulation and harmonized governance. ISOC HK is also an organizer of many startup events in Hong Kong.More Information
MaD (Make a Difference)
Founded in 2009, MaD (Make a Difference) inspires and empowers young people all over Asia to come up with creative responses to our time's challenges. It has evolved as a collaborative platform of creative changemakers that works at the intersection of creativity, entrepreneurship, innovation and discovery to bring about positive changes in Asia.More Information
Mettā is an entrepreneurs' club that connects people, ideas and resources. We believe that by bringing startup communities and ecosystems closer together, great things can happen.
It is a club designed for people and organisations who are passionate about changing the world through entrepreneurship and innovation. You need to apply for a membership and choose your membership type: Individual Member, Business Partner and Ecosystem Partner.
Location: 21/F California Tower, 30-32 D'Aguilar St, Central, Hong KongMore Information
SME Creativity Center
The SME Creativity Center (SCC) is started as an initiative that focuses on helping SMEs in Hong Kong. SCC is a non-profit service center involved in enabling SMEs to explore creativity, ideation, and innovation. SCC provides guidance to local SMEs so that they can better understand, elicit, develop, and refine their design and creative processes to drive innovation and gain competitive advantage.
SCC particularly interested in supporting SMEs from the digital / information technology and manufacturing industries. For low return SMEs, SCC also provides relevant information and assistance for them to further establish their own brand or to merge with another existing business.More Information
StartLab Hong Kong is open and neutral platform in Hong Kong to gather all the support, locally and overseas, from different organisations, institutions and startup communities. It aims at fostering startups and its ecosystem in Hong Kong. We are the first 5-day startup bootcamp for tertiary students & graduates in Hong Kong. We target students and graduates within two years, who study design and engineering or computer science or with related knowledge, want to start their own businesses, are willing to experience and practise entrepreneurship with the application Internet technologies, and learn quickly from and share with the community.More Information
Startup College is one of the leading startup communities in Hong Kong. Comprising young entrepreneurs and early-stage startups, we aims to provide a comprehensive online platform for collaboration and sharing.
Startup College carries two main objectives:
- To convey the spirit of entrepreneurship to HK university students.
- To foster a sustainable startup ecosystem in HK.
Startup Weekend is a global grassroots movement of active and empowered entrepreneurs who are learning the basics of founding startups and launching successful ventures.
All information about upcoming and past events can now be found at http://www.up.co/communities/china/hong-kong for all Startup Weekend Hong Kong activities.More Information
A community of startups in Hong Kong promoting entrepreneurship and to grow Hong Kong as a tech-hub in Asia.More Information
The Entrepreneurs Club
Established in 2002, The Entrepreneurs Club is one of the longest running English speaking organizations for Entrepreneurs in Hong Kong. E Club aims to assist established and evolving entrepreneurial businesses in getting to the next level of their business. 'Differentiation', 'going global', 'up-scaling' and 'valuation' of your business is a core part of growth in your journey. We aim to present speakers, opportunities and networking to enable you to achieve any or all of these.More Information
The Entrepreneurs' Network
TEN was established at the end of 2005 as an association for entrepreneurs in Hong Kong through which they can access a network of peers and information from a practical perspective. Members who come from diverse backgrounds and all nationalities can interact to exchange expertise on personal and business improvement.More Information
TiE is a non-profit, global community welcoming entrepreneurs from all over the world. They believe in the power of ideas to change the face of entrepreneurship and growing business through their five pillars: mentoring, networking, education, incubating and funding. TiE was founded in 1992 by a group of successful entrepreneurs and is currently the world’s largest entrepreneurial organisation out there. With programmes like TiE Office Hours and a selection of TiE Networking and Educational Events, TiE Hong Kong is reaching out and fostering the next generation of entrepreneurs.More Information
Web Wednesdays Hong Kong
Asia's networking community for internet executives and digital start-ups. Monthly gatherings with speakers from the internet industry held in Hong Kong, Beijing, Singapore, Bangkok and Dubai.More Information
W Hub unites start-ups and talent.
W Hub allows start-ups to showcase who they are and what they do via a profile-drive platform and attract talent.
CUHK Center for Entrepreneurship
The Chinese University of Hong Kong Center for Entrepreneurship was inaugurated on May 24, 2005 and is a research center under the Asia Pacific Institute of Business. It is an interdisciplinary association of scholars and practitioners united by research, teaching and community service for entrepreneurship.More Information
HKU Knowledge Exchange
The University of Hong Kong defines Knowledge Exchange as engaging, for mutual benefit, with business, government or the public to generate, acquire, apply and make accessible the knowledge needed to enhance material, human, social, cultural and environmental well-being.More Information
HKUST Entrepreneurship Center
Opened in 2000 HKUST Entrepreneurship Center is a center for innovation entrepreneurship to nurture future entrepreneurs and to encourage the direct participation of University community members in the commercialization of new technology. It helps students who are seriously interested in entrepreneurship become competent in starting up and to pursue entrepreneurship as a career alternative.More Information
PolyU Micro Fund Scheme
PolyU Micro Fund Scheme is a key knowledge transfer and entrepreneurial initiative. The Micro Fund Scheme aims to stimulate and unleash students' and young graduates' creative potential; it also provides opportunities for them to have real-life experience in either participating in project implementation or running their own business operations.More Information
Jumpstart is Hong Kong’s first print publication dedicated to startups and small businesses. The magazine launched in 2014 and has grown to become a well-known brand in Hong Kong’s rapidly expanding startup community. The magazine covers everything from latest tools and trends to crowdfunding, FinTech, marketing, apps and more. Free copies are available at over 35O locations and read by over 15,000 entrepreneurs, freelancers , and investors.More Information
Oddup (Startup investment information)
We have a unique proposition as we fill the gap for rating startups and whether you are an individual or a professional investor looking at investing in a startup, we are an essential resource providing you with analysis so thatyou can pinpoint potential high return start-up investments.More Information