New co-working space caters to industrial needs in Singapore

Mr Jes Johansen, co-founder and CEO of Storefriendly, at the self-storage area of its Paya Lebar building. The firm launched co-working space Workfriendly at the building last month, catering to both industrial and more formal office requirements. ST
Mr Jes Johansen, co-founder and CEO of Storefriendly, at the self-storage area of its Paya Lebar building. The firm launched co-working space Workfriendly at the building last month, catering to both industrial and more formal office requirements. ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID

Workfriendly in Paya Lebar offers storage and logistics amenities on top of office space

Most co-working outfits in Singapore have attracted companies and freelancers alike with sleek designs and central locations, but a new player is catering to more industrial requirements, such as storage and logistics amenities.

Workfriendly - a co-working space set up by Hong Kong-based self-storage firm Storefriendly - has opened a facility in Paya Lebar.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 01, 2020, with the headline 'New co-working space caters to industrial needs'. Print Edition | Subscribe