First Women-Only Coworking In Nigeria
In Allwork.Space, we recently discussed why it is that niche spaces are racing ahead of the competition. This is a global trend, as coworking operators realize there are various untapped specialized markets that could benefit from their services. Such is the case of Girly.ng. Konbini reported earlier this week that Girly.ng is launching the first women-only coworking in Nigeria. According to the article, Girly.ng has the mission to “enable women of different backgrounds and professions to come together for mutual support, relationship-building, and wellness”
Read more about Girly.ng’s launch in Nigeria here.
WeWork Makes A Sensible Purchase
Following their entrance into various lines of business that made no sense to outsiders, the coworking giant WeWork recently made a purchase that very well aligns with their original line of business: flexible workspace. Various news sources reported this week that WeWork purchased MeetUp, a platform that helps people connect with one another in the ‘real world’.
Read more about WeWork’s purchase of MeetUp here.
Food For Thought: How The Workplace Helps Achieve Business Goals
Melissa Marsh from PLASTARC, discusses the various “changes and continuities she’s seen since the very beginning of business efforts to employ space as a part of strategy.” The article provides valuable insights on how companies and designers have succeed or come up short in creating workplaces that support and help achieve business goals.
Read “Then & Now: Workplace’s Evolving Role In Achieving Business Goals” here.