Community working A.K.A co-working.
If you’re like me, then you’re probably just hearing about this for the first time. A friend of mine told me about House 72 – a co-working space – recently and I was intrigued!
I became even more intrigued when I finally visited the place and was given a tour. I kid you not, “co-working might just be the future.”
With community working spaces you can rent a desk/space for either a day, week, month or for as long as you wish which in some cases can be cheaper than renting the usual office spaces.
It’s a great way to meet other creatives like yourself, connect and network with them – you never know who your next colleague/partner would be.
Need I say, it’s a home away from home. There’s 24/7 electricity which is unbelievable in Nigeria, access to the internet and a kitchen full of various necessities needed to make you feel at home.
In house 72, there are various kinds of office spaces, there are simple desk spaces, reserved spaces, private offices, an office for teams of different sizes conference rooms and even executive offices.
It pretty much depends on what you need for your business.
It’s also a great opportunity for those who aren’t based in Abuja for example and need to come into town for a week or so, you get an office space to do your work comfortably.
It’s can also serve as a virtual office. There’s so much they can offer.
I was really intrigued and decided to share this with you all (this isn’t sponsored).
Have you ever heard of co-working spaces? What are your thoughts on this? Do you think it’s the future of business and networking?
To get more information on House 72, you can contact on then Instagram: House 72.
Here’s a tour of House 72