ClickSpace Merges with Commune Coworking Café
March 24, 2015
Combined Spacebar Coworking Cafe + ClickSpace Coworking Villa Now Serving Customers
HANOI – 24 March – Two of Hanoi’s most renowned collaborative workspaces have merged and added two more investors: architect Jody O’Dea and consultant Ha Cuong (CK). The team behind Commune Coworking Café will establish an on-premises café bar at the ClickSpace Coworking Villa. Doors opened on the new space on 23 March 2015.
“Commune Café had great customers and a loyal cadre of laptop workers who called it their home base over the last three years,” said Commune founder Jeremy Wellard. “But it was time to return to our roots and get serious about building great collaborative work environments.”
Along with the merger, ClickSpace announced it would expand amenities in its coworking center. Over the coming months ClickSpace will implement phased interior and exterior upgrades . Members will enjoy upgraded meeting and teleconference facilities. After a trial period, the pop-up style in-house cafe will be transformed into a stylish, full-service work-friendly cafe, bar and eatery.
“Hanoi has seen a lot of coworking spaces come and go,” said ClickSpace founder Jason Lusk. “Our research into the exploding coworking scenes in cities like Bangkok, Singapore and Ho Chi Minh City shows why. Freelancers and digital nomads demand more from a coworking center than just a desk and wifi. These spaces require serious investment.”
Founded in a small To Ngoc Van location in 2013, ClickSpace Coworking Center expanded into its current villa location in July 2014. Members include both international and Vietnamese freelancers in the creative, social enterprise and tourism industries.
Established in early 2012, Commune was Hanoi’s first Coworking Café, combining dedicated coworking space with a more relaxed café/bar environment. The work environment was aimed at creative professionals and freelancers. An early mover in Vietnam’s coworking scene, Commune led the way for many larger spaces to follow.
Contact: Jason Lusk, email@example.com
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