Sharing A Common Ground

Co-working spaces are nothing new in Malaysia but this one is definitely a game-changer. 

Taking the workplace-sharing game to the next level, Common Ground is one of the latest additions to the local co-working scene. Co-founded by Erman Akinci and Juhn Teo, Common Ground is Malaysia’s largest coworking space that prides itself on not just being a communal workspace but also building a sustainable and integrated co-working community. With the tagline “Ambition Lives Here”, the office in the sky is redefining workspaces by creating a vibrant ecosystem of like-minded people.

The coworking space connects the community through a members’ portal and an app called the Ambition Engine, which allows members to keep up to date on what’s happening within the community across all the venues.

Aside from weekly social events, the members benefit from services provided by Common Ground’s lifestyle partners, such as memberships at Fitness First and F45, grocery shopping perks with Happy Fresh, fulfilling laundry needs with Pressto and much more.

Since launching in March 2017, the game-changing business has since acquired over 1,000 members across five venues in the Klang Valley (Damansara Heights, Mont Kiara, TTDI, Bukit Bintang & Ara Damansara). It plans to open 12 venues by the end of 2018 across Malaysia, as well as regionally in the Philippines and Thailand.

Each Common Ground venue houses a café, event space, boardroom, several smaller meeting rooms, quiet lounges, and three formats of workspace — hot desking, fixed desking and private offices for two or more people. They also cater to larger clients with their Enterprise Solutions.

Definitely worth a tour if you’re looking for a spot to kickstart your company or simply to work from. We recently interviewed culinary entrepreneur at Common Ground. Check that out here.

Common Ground

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Level 24 & 25, 198 Menara Worldwide, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur.

Featured image via Common Ground’s Facebook.

Basir Zainuddin

Basir Zainuddin

Of coffee, music, and sea breeze.
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