SWEDA is a Co-working Space located at the cultural & creativity area in West Kowloon, next to the new artistic landmark D2 Place shopping mall, with just 1 minute walk distance to Lai Chi Kok MTR Station – A convenient spot for reaching to all parts of the city.
URBAN HOUSE is based in Tsim Sha Tsui, the heart of Hong Kong. It is a place for our members to relax, connect, grow and have fun.
Dream Impact is a resource bridging platform in Hong Kong that connects startups with a social mission (education, sustainability, well-being, active aging etc) with resources that accelerate growth in both business and social impact.
Paragon aims to be the home for Hong Kong start-upers and small businesses, acting as the incubator hub that provides various cost-effective solutions to your business needs.
168 CoWork Located in the up-and-coming Kwun Tong arts district, 168 CoWork is a 10,000 sq ft co-working space that offers: hot desks, private offices, meeting rooms, a daylight studio, large event space (100+ people), and private kitchen for rent.…
Located at the heart of Kowloon, Finest Design Nest (FDN) is just a 5-minute walk from Lai Chi Kok MTR station.
WorkCave Hong Kong is a self-owned business building offering boutique coworking space across 10 floors. Offices are all windowed rooms with split type air-conditioners. Clients can enjoy sun deck and 24/7 access of meeting room, showers and babycare facility.
Ozone Creative Space We offer relaxing spaces for commnuity and business to innovate, collaborate and create. Our co-working spaces are strategically located in Hong Kong’s “CBD2” which is growing and transforming rapidly. Both centres are conveniently located within 5-10…
To echo the Government’s “Space Sharing Scheme for Youth” initiative, Tung Wah had launched “The Oasis Youth Co-working Space” located at The Rays, 71 Hung To Road, Kwun Tong in February, which offered over 100 fixed and hot desks to support young entrepreneurs and start-ups with wide range of leasing options and training and supporting services. Industries of social enterprise and social innovation who endeavors to tackle social problems through innovative methods are targeted occupants of the scheme.
Inno Space is a startup platform established by the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) and commissioned by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.