• See you at CUAsia 2017!




    FEBRUARY 8 - 12, 2017


    After two successful years of hosting CUAsia in beautiful Bali, it’s time to take the show on the road…so the 3rd CUAsia will be held in Chiang Mai, Thailand in February 2017.


    The first 2 years saw over 350 participants from over 30 countries, including coworking space operators, real estate companies, workplace futurists, educational institutes, media companies, tech teams, digital nomads and investment firms.  Who will you meet this year?

  • Presented by CAAP

    And hosted in partnership with Hubba.

    The Coworking Association of Asia Pacific (CAAP)
    unifies, supports and promotes
    collaborative coworking across Asia.

    One of the most dynamic and biggest coworking spaces in Bangkok, Thailand.

  • Early Bird tickets expire November 30, 2016!

    Getting tickets early will put you top of the list for accommodation and activities surrounding the conference.


    We can promise you one thing. You've never been to a conference like this before.


    Feb 8, 2017 (Wed)

    A day to celebrate, showcase and explore the Thai ecosystem and connect it directly with global partners.


    Meet your fellow coworkers from Thai coworking scene and beyond AND listen to stories on differences and similarities about coworking and communities in Thailand.


    Feb 9, 2017 (Thu) 

    Coworking Academy is a fun and focused workshop to help new or prospective spaces accelerate their learning on the Big 4 of Coworking Space: Community Engagement, Coworking Finances, Coworking Operations, and Programming & Events.


    Join us to get unstuck; ask questions to experienced operators; and take away tangible tools and templates. You can also join forces with other newbies in the field and see what magic unfolds!



    Feb 10, 2017 (Fri)

    CUAsia will provide you with the opportunity to share experiences and explore the ways in which we can live, work and learn differently in the new collaborative economy.


    Now it's your time to be part of The Future Of Work!

    CUAsia Day 2 - the "Unconference"

    Feb 11, 2017 (Sat)

    They say decisions are made by the people who show up, and an unconference is no exception. It is the ultimate participatory adventure! 


    Bring your insights, concerns, queries and burning topics for discussion to these 6 unconference sessions, and help us design the day with what matters most to you.

    Excursion Day

    Feb 12, 2017 (Sun)

    You're in Chiang Mai Thailand, after all, so don't forget your healthy dose of temple visits, great food food, nature and Thai famous hospitality! Sign up for our post-conferences excursions, and you'll figure out why the world calls Thailand 'the land of smiles'.

  • Media & Outreach Partners

    We get by with a little help from our friends.

    Coworkaholic is where you go for news, learning and inspiration on the future of work.

    Deskmag is the magazine documenting the changing look and function of coworking spaces and the movement.


    You don't need to trust us. See what others have to say.

    Alex Hillman

    Founder of IndyHall, Philadelphia

    “CUAsia is, hands down, the best coworking conference I've attended on the planet. I'm pleased and proud to have shared the experience with all of you!
    Clearly, lots of intent and thoughtful planning made this event enjoyable and meaningful for all of us.”

    Michaela Anchan

    Founder of Woolf Works, Singapore

    “Loved the vibe and loved coming away with a list of awesome Ideas to work on in my coworking space. ”

    Cynthia Satrya-Hasan

    Co-founder of Coworkinc, Indonesia

    “You guys are the reason why we believe that coworking and its spirit needs to be heard and introduced to more people.”

    Jeff LaFlamme

    Founder of Angkor Hub, Cambodia

    “It was an amazing event! I met people with similar experience, people with the same mission, people with the same dreams. I felt a part of an awesome family.”

    Rebecca Collins

    Digital Nomad

    “It was really refreshing to be reminded of what this movement is all about. It's awesome to see how connected coworking communities are here in Bali, and I'm excited to visit the rest of you while I nomad around to see what's going on in other parts of the world."

    Jay Kim

    Rehoboth Global Project Manager

    "It was my first time to attend the CU Asia gathering this year. For me, it was a life changing experience. I really enjoyed meeting like-minded people from all over the world with similar DNA to me. Technology is allowing us to so many amazing things that we never thought could be possible in the past. By spending 3 days at the conference, it has led to friendships and partnerships that can be continued on-line from far away. This is awesome! I’m so proud of this community!"


    Alex Hillman

    Co-founder of Indy Hall,


    Alex Hillman pioneered the coworking movement, and he continues to serve as its chief proponent and thought leader internationally.

    He co-founded Indy Hall in Philadelphia, one of the longest-running coworking spaces in the world.

    Amarit Charoenphan

    Co-founder and Co-CEO of Hubba

    Bangkok, Thailand

    Amarit is a startup and social entrepreneur, mentor, and incubator. His areas of professional interest include capacity building of start-up social ventures via incubators and accelerator programs; scaling up social enterprise via impact investments as well as the emergence of the social venture philanthropy, angel investing and venture capital industry in Thailand.


    Peter Wall

    Co-founder of Hubud [Hub-in-Ubud]

    Bali, Indonesia

    Peter is a co-founder of Hubud, a community co-working space in Ubud that is helping to redefine how people live and work. The growing community at Hubud is quickly becoming a home-away-from-home for digital nomads, location independent entrepreneurs, and local Indonesian creatives and business types.

     Peter is also a freelance journalist and filmmaker. 

    Steve Munroe

    Co-founder of Hubud [Hub-in-Ubud]

    Bali, Indonesia

    Steve is Hubud's primary strategist. Having defected from his career with the United Nations, he brings many years of outreach and management experience in far-flung places to bear in the co-working world. He aims to occupy the space between traditional business and International development with creativity and innovation.  His current obsession is the future of education @ TurnPoint.

    Grace Sai

    Co-founder of The Hub Singapore


    Grace is the CEO and Co-Founder of The Hub Singapore, Singapore's largest co-working community of entrepreneurs, creatives and techies. She is regarded as the node of entrepreneurship ecosystem in Asia and speaks widely on that topic. Interested in ecosystem building for startups, she has been invited by the Prime Minister’s Offices in Singapore, Malaysia, Germany, amongst others; to share her inputs. She sits on the Advisory Board for Ben & Jerry's Singapore, and is an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at INSEAD. Grace has been nominated as a Young Global Leader, World Economic Forum (2013), and 40 Under 40 by Prestige Singapore (2014). She has an MBA from University of Oxford and was a Skoll Scholar (funded by Jeff Skoll, the co-founder of eBay).

    Stephanie Arrowsmith

    Asia Pacific lead of StartSomeGood

    Stephanie loves cross-industry collaborations. She is currently based in Southeast Asia where she grows partnerships in the region. Stephanie is also involved in capacity-building with local changemakers who want to create positive impact in their communities through innovative crowdfunding campaigns. 

    James Abbott

    Founder of KoHub

    Koh Lanta, Thailand

    As a digital nomad, James has traveled, lived and worked all over the world since 2004. Koh Lanta is now James' base, where the allure of work/life balance has called him back for many years. The Thai island was the natural choice for James to establish KoHub - a community focused tropical coworking space.

    Faye Alund

    Co-founder of Kumpul

    Bali, Indonesia

    Faye is passionate about networking and connecting people, sharing skills, volunteering, community development, political education and mental health. She spent the last 12 years working in post-conflict and development sector across Asia, Africa and Middle East. With Kumpul, she aims to encourage the growth of local entrepreneurs, and to promote the skill-sharing and collaborative environment.

    Yohan Totting

    Co-founder of Hackerspace

    Bandung, Indonesia

    Yohan is passionate about community building. He initiated Hackerspace Bandung, an open coworking space, with Reza Prabowo. He is the founder of ThinkRooms Studio, and with 6 other studios, he started FOWAB (Forum Web Anak Bandung), a creative web & tech community in Bandung. 

    Yohan is also the mentor of Indigo Incubator startups at Bandung Digital Valley. 

    Dennis Alund

    Co-founder of Kumpul

    Bali, Indonesia

    Dennis is the geeky brain behind Kumpul, the newest Coworking Space in Bali. He is passionate about technology, software programming, user experience and innovative entrepreneurship. Apart from his technology-related life, he has been working in Kosovo, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe and Yemen with international humanitarian organizations. He is also the CEO of Oddbit, an IT consulting company. 

    Ashish Goenka

    Founder of Mingle

    Mumbai, India

    Ash is the founder of Mingle, the largest coworking space in Mumbai, with a fully equipped state of the art events facility, an in-house VC and incubator, and a Montessori themed crèche. Mingle's Mumbai space is the first of hopefully several Mingles around India and Asia. 


    Mike LaRosa

    Founder of Coworkaholic.com
    Washington D.C., USA

    Mike is the Founder of Coworkaholic.com - a new media company, dedicated to all things shared workspace. In addition to consulting and speaking on coworking and social/shared workspace focused projects, Mike is fascinated with creating dynamic and engaging sponsorable content, programs and products paired with innovative marketing campaigns.

    Stuart Jones

    Founder of Coworkation
    Location Independent

    Stuart has been on an eternal workation, coupling his two main passions of travel and entrepreneurism.
    A lifestyle entrepreneur who, considering himself pretty unemployable, has co-founded 8 companies which he has structured to maximise freedom to lead a location-independent lifestyle. Now, Stuart’s desire to work around the world remains strong, however he intends to add the ‘co’ aspect to his endless ‘workation'... thus he has started Coworkation.

    Ophelie Rat

    Community Manager at SpaceCube

    Spacecubed is a 1000 square metre entrepreneurial hub in the heart of the Perth, Australia where teams and individuals can grow their businesses in a supportive, collaborative environment. 

    Vinh Van Lam

    Co Founder of CoSydney

    CoSydney is a dynamic and inspiring social enterprise offering a CoWorking + Project Space providing a community of support for all creative industry professionals, freelancers, business owners, and entrepreneurs in Sydney, Australia.

    Stuart Horrex

    Co Founder of CoSydney

    CoSydney is a dynamic and inspiring social enterprise offering a CoWorking + Project Space providing a community of support for all creative industry professionals, freelancers, business owners, and entrepreneurs in Sydney, Australia.

    Michaela Anchan

    Founder & Director at Woolf Works

    Woolf Works is the first women-only coworking space in all of South and South East Asia, located in Singapore. Their members are freelancers, business owners, writers, remote corporate workers, flexi-workers, consultants and business pre-launchers.

    Alexander Lang

    CTO and Co-Founder of Cobot.me

    Cobot is a web-based management software designed for coworking spaces. Since 2010, they have helped customers across five continents to run their business more smoothly. Cobot handles the setup, administration, reporting and billing of your space so that you have more time for your coworkers. 

    Christopher Angkasa

    Value Investor. Angel Investor.

    Chris is a value and angel investor. He initiated Clapham Collective in Medan, one of the first coworking spaces in Medan, North Sumatra. Chris is excited for the new experience of learning at CUAsia!

    Alberto Cremonesi

    CEO of Impact Hub Phnom Penh

    Alberto is Co Founder and Crazily Entrepreneurially Obsessed (CEO) of Impact Hub in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. A natural entrepreneur, with disruption at his core, Alberto rarely goes to sleep without having proposed at least one new idea a day to his fellow co-founders. Of Italian origin, Alberto has lived most of his professional life in US, India and Cambodia. He is passionate about sustainable development, social entrepreneurship and anything that breaks the rules.

    Melanie Mossard

    Communications and Community Host at Impact Hub Phnom Penh

    Melanie is a Communications and Community Host at Impact Hub Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She is unable to stand still for more than two minutes. Whether she is running Angkor’s half marathon or telling you about her latest idea, she is always bubbling with unstoppable energy. Passionate about social business, she is always excited about creating opportunities for the community of Phnom Penh.

    Yeji Cheon

    Co-Founder of Zentrepreneurs 
    Seoul, South Korea

    Yeji is a well-known name within the South Korean coworking and innovation network. She was directly involved with Space Noah as its (former) collaboration culture building team manager. Through 3 years of community building, she has fallen love with coworking communities. She is now working on a new project 'Zentrepreneurs' to disrupt the traditional idea about productivity in Asia and to build a new community of Asian traveling entrepreneurs. Yeji is excited to attend CUASIA in Bali!

    Hyekyung Hwang

    Co-CEO of Hive Arena
    Seoul, South Korea

    Hyekyung co-founded Hive Arena, which provides training on social innovation programs, strategies and events for entrepreneurs in Seoul. She is also a co-organiser of Social Innovation Camp Seoul: This event brings together tech-savvy individuals who provide technology-based solutions to social problems that could evolve into sustainable enterprises.

    Leanne Beesley

    Co-Founder & CEO of Coworker.com
    Chiang Mai, Thailand

    Leanne is co-founder of Coworker.com, the new "Tripadvisor for Coworking Spaces" launched in October 2015. Lover of technology, random adventures, ingenious collaborations and not-so-secret missions to change the world, she's lived outside of her native UK for most of the past 12 years, including Togo, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Malaysia and Thailand.

    Sam Marks

    Co-Founder of Coworker.com
    Chiang Mai, Thailand

    Sam is a serial entrepreneur and angel investor in a number of technology companies. With a passion for disrupting industries and a brain that's always racing with ideas, when he's not hustling on his laptop in coworking spaces around the world you can find him on adventures ranging from trekking in Antartica to running half-marathons in North Korea. 

    Caroline Burns

    Director Workplace and Consulting, Director of Client Relationships Asia

    Workplace revolutionary, nomad & foodie - passionately committed to busting workplace myths and to the potential of Asian innovation to shape the future of work.

    Tammy Guest

    The Entrepreneurs Naturopath - Inspirational Health, Founder - Entrepreneurs' Wellbeing Institute

    Tammy partners with entrepreneurs helping them regain their energy, banish overwhelm and help them shine so their message shines, all through natural health. She believes when we, as business owners, are sharing our gifts and talents from a place of vitality, our message and change on the planet is fuelled with a much greater impact.

    Jongjin Choi

    Cofounder of HIVE Arena
    South Korea

    Jongjin is a Co-founder and Co-host @hivearena - a coworking space in Seoul, South Korea. Interested in impact business and social enterprise.

    Jenny Meyer

    Founder of Fit4Consulting

    Jenny is the founder of fit4consulting, an online mentoring program for job starters in all kinds of business consultancy. She believes in digital collaboration within and outside companies, and is an evangelist for flexible working hour models and remote working. 

    Melissa Loh

    Founder of Start Studio

    Melissa is the founder of Start Studio and has 7 years of experience in strategic project/business development for enterprise initiatives in Southeast Asia and America.

    Matthew Morrison

    Founder & CEO of A SPACE Manila
    The Philippines 

    Matt believes that the commercial drive in Manila is fast & furious right now and that standard workspace design doesn't keep up, neither encourage creativity, culture and competitive advantage. That's why he founded A SPACE Manila - coworking space in Manila, The Philippines, what he calls "a perfect HQ for aspirations and ambitions, a crossroads for the innovation community."

    Varun Chawla

    Co-founder of 91springboard

    Varun is the co-founder of 91springboard - a collaborative environment transforming the start-up ecosystem across India and emerging markets. Springboard provides start-ups with work space, infrastructure & services, a platform to network and learn, customised incubation, and access to capital.

    Helen Ahrens

    Director of Good Things Marketing

    Helen is a Director of Good Things Marketing - creative agency growing startups, SMSs businesses, coworking spaces and global businesses through strategy, digital marketing, social media and marketing. She is a strategist, digital marketer, social media marketer and a speaker passionate about inspiring and engaging passionate professionals.

    Sofia Moradas

    Development Manager at Green School Bali
    Bali, Indonesia

    Sofia Moradas, Development Manager at Green School Bali, has previously worked in Marketing, Communications & Design in Lisbon, then moved to Cambodia to develop an education project supporting Cambodian children to attend public school, before she moved to Indonesia in 2014 to develop a crowd-funding campaign at East Bali Poverty Project (EBPP) a local NGO operating in the remote north of the island of Bali.

    Carsten Foertsch

    Editor of Deskmag.com

    Carsten is editor of Deskmag.com and analyst of Global Coworking Survey. With his academic background as social scientist, he is passionate about new trends in urban affairs and the creative labor market, two things which are perfectly combined in the concept of coworking.

    Kate Kirwin

    Community Host & Events Coordinator at SpaceCubed

    Kate has been with Spacecubed since November 2014. As the Events Coordinator, Kate manages events and meeting room bookings, as well as some marketing, and community initiatives.

    Tom Riordan

    Partnership and Marketing Manager at SpaceCubed

    Tom has been involved with Spacecubed since 2012, when he got involved while completing his studies in Entrepreneurship and Marketing. Tom is now the Partnership and Marketing Manager, and is responsible growing the Spacecubed community and building long-term partnerships to benefit the Perth startup ecosystem.

    Conrad Tracey

    Director and Founder of Revolver Creative Coworking

    Conrad Tracey ​is the director and founder of Revolver Creative Coworking; a truly unique collaborative work and community space in Prahran, Australia. Conrad has found his purpose in empowering people in their business and personal lives and is excited to achieve maximum impact through dedicated smart work and leadership.

    Anisa Mohammed

    Workplace Strategist & Work Futurist

    Anisa lives according to the notion that no life experience should go to waste - NOT A ONE. Since kicking off her career as a ballgirl for the US Tennis Open at 15, she has worked as a "page" in her public library, worked in retail, worked in finance, worked tables, worked in higher ed, and most recently worked as a social scientist and designer in commercial office design - studying, well....how people work. Her first encounter with coworking was serving on the board of Affinity Lab in Washington, DC and more recently advising a community arts and coworking organization in Seattle, WA. She is currently a freelance workplace strategist, business and design consultant, work futurist, writer, speaker and mentor.

    Brad Krauskopf

    CEO of ThirdSpaces Group

    Brad activates spaces that grow the collaborative capacity of individuals, businesses and cities. As CEO of ThirdSpaces Group, he is committed to catalysing a national network of smart work hubs in Australia.

    Nadia Wong

    Executive Director at NBPC Incubator

    Nadia Wong runs Cambodia National Business Plan Competition, spearheading the development of a business incubator to support young entrepreneurs in Cambodia.

    Natalia Angkasa

    Education Coordinator (Clapham Collective)

    Natalia's passion is with children (and dogs). She specializes in early childhood education, where she aims to influence people right at the root of their lives. Clapham is a blank canvas for her to experiment with her ideas and expose people ‎to many learning opportunities. She is looking forward to meet fellow learners from around the world.

    Cindy Lailani

    Community Builder (Clapham Collective)

    ‎Cindy previously worked as Public Relations practitioner. After few years in corporate world, she decided to take a more adventurous leap into the world of coworking. She's very excited to be a part of the breakthroughs and changes that Clapham will bring to the city.

    Charle Charoenphan

    Co-CEO & Co-founder, HUBBA

    Charle is a serial entrepreneur and a co-founded HUBBA, a coworking space in Thailand. Passionate about entrepreneurship and helping others, he co-created HUBBA, which is creating rapid changes to Thailand's Startup Ecosystem, bringing innovator together, breaking down walls and creating opportunities for the next generations.

    Supranee Jaroenlersjanya (Poy)

    Community Curator, HUBBA

    Supranee had been working as a Community Builder at HUBBA Coworking Space in Thailand as her first career since 2012 when the word coworking was still new in Thailand.
    She strongly believes in the power of Coworking & Community and sharing ideas because it had shaped her into the person she is today.

    Thanh Cao

    Senior student at Vietnamese National University

    Thanh is a senior student at Vietnamese National University. Passionate about female entrepreneurship, she wants to start up a coworking business. She's looking forward to meet follow coworking owners & enthusiasts and gain more experience in setting up a coworking space.

    Jonathan O'Byrne

    Founder and CEO of Collective Works, Singapore

    Jonathan is an entrepreneur, designer, investor and the founder of the coworking space Collective Works. Jonathan's work is rooted in the belief that you can improve the way people experience the world through design. His passion has led Collective Works to become Singapore's fastest growing coworking community. Jonathan's first book on coworking, titled 'Coworking Corp' is due to be published in a few short months.

    Melina Chan 

    General Manager at Inspire9, Australia

    Melina has been involved in Inspire9 since its inception. After an AYAD placement in Cambodia, Melina cofounded the social enterprise Kinyei, where she worked on a group of community development projects to generate employment opportunities for young Cambodians.

    Bhaskar Rai

    Bhaskar is a seasoned professional with over two decades of experience across telecom, passive infrastructure, consultancy, manufacturing & government. Presently heading the largest business unit of a leading global telecom passive infrastructure service providers in India.

    Kirsty Furniss 

    Corporate Innovation Programs Manager, The Hub SIngapore

    Kirsty is a founding team member of The Hub Singapore, she has been at the heart of the action from the early days and proud to have helped build the space, programs and community to what it is today. Kirsty co-leads The Hub Singapore Impact and Innovation programs, bridging the community with corporate for mutual benefit. She is a community builder and passionate about impact and sustainability. 

    Anne-Laure Herrezuelo

    Community and Space Manager at The Hub Singapore

    Anne-Laure is passionate about people and how their abilities can create better business, technology, society in Singapore and the region. An agronomist engineer by training, she holds a double Master’s Degree in Agricultural Science, Sociology and Rural Economy. Anne-Laure's curiosity led her to develop her expertise on the BoP (Base of the Pyramid), innovation, social business, and cross-sectorial collaboration. She loves adventures, comics, outdoor sports and having a coffee chat!

    Lenneke van Rossum



    Lenneke is really passionate about being the best version of herself for herself. She believes this is the only way that she can use her strengths for the benefit of society. At Seats2meet.com they create a global ecosystem by facilitating physical and virtual environments where people connect, collaborate and grow to become the best versions of themselves for themselves.

    James Mattingley

    Trainings Manager, Senior Trainer, Radiantly Alive

    Traveler, martial artist, yogi, movement lover, entrepreneur and public speaking specialist, James has a passion for exploring and creating integrated movement to enhance and improve all areas of life. He currently teaches yoga and coordinates all trainings for Radiantly Alive in Bali. His classes are powerful and evocative with a strong anatomic focus empowering students to explore their connection to the physical, to the mental and most of all, to the breath.

    Mario Berta, MA

    Founder and CEO, FlySpaces.com

    Currently Founder and CEO of FlySpaces.com a tech-start up that empowers SMEs to get access to flexible office and retail space, Mario is a true global professional with extensive experience in leadership, strategy, innovation and expansion. Passionate about empowering and enabling people, developing businesses, and supporting companies and institutions all around the World.

    Nader Luthera

    Founder of FURM® Group & FURM® Academy

    Auckland, New Zealand

    Nader is a location independent freedompreneur, startup innovator and international speaker. Having lived in India, USA, New Zealand and Australia he understands the concept of being an international resident and has been travelling the world coworking as a digital nomad since 2015. He is the founder of coWorktheWorld.com and over the last 3 years he has contributed and been featured on various publications as well as been invited as a guest speaker for various panels relating to digital nomad life, coworking the world, digital marketing & digital trends, disruptive innovation and startups.

    Avalon van der Horst

    Inspiration Creator at Coworkation

    Dentist turned DJ and now the creator of inspirational programming at Coworkation...whilst continuing to bust out tunes with her travel DJ kit! Avalon may look very friendly but, watch out, she is also a kickboxer!

    Diana Keisa

    Inspiration Designer at Coworkation

    Diana is in charge of the graphic and brand design at Coworkation. Basically she makes things look beautiful and inspires with her designs. She also happens to have one of the coolest accents in Bali!

    Tessy Szabova

    Creative Events Designer & Community Curator, Coworkation
    Czech Republic

    Tessy's seemingly permanent smile makes her a fantastic community gardener and curator for Coworkation. She also is in charge of creating fun events such as the Poolside Paella Party. It's fair to say that Tessy loves her job!

    Guy Vincent

    Publishizer Founder

    Guy Vincent is the founder of Publishizer, which matches authors with publishers during pre-orders campaigns. It was called 'Kickstarter meets Tinder, for publishing' by The Bookseller. He's spoken at the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival, Singapore Publishing Symposium, Creative Mornings, PechaKucha, Paragraph NYC and Digital Publishing Innovation Summit in San Francisco. Guy has been a digital nomad for 3 years and has lived in Australia, Singapore, India, Thailand, Silicon Valley, Mexico and now Ubud.

    Loshini Selvarajah

    Business Development & Strategy at Coworker.com
    Colombo, Sri Lanka

    Loshini’s the best friend you’ve yet to meet – she connects with anyone in a heartbeat! Equipped with a degree in Political Science, delivers high level strategy and solutions to optimize operations and productivity at CoWorker. Fluent in 4 languages – English, Malay, Hindi and Tamil, Loshini glides effortlessly between cultures and is an enthusiast of the saying “labels are for jars”. 

    Adrian Palacios

    Cofounder of Nexudus

    Adrian is a software and hardware engineer with passion to do things differently. He is the co-founder and technical lead at Nexudus, an end-to-end platform to manage many of the processes happening in coworking and shared workspaces.
    Adrian and his team are always on the lookout for anything which may make the life of space managers and members easier in their day to day in the space. Client or not, Adrian is always willing to offer advice and his views so make sure you take this chance to pick his brain.

    Erwin Soerjadi

    Managing Director of vOffice Indonesia, Co Founder of HIPMI Coworking

    A serial entrepreneur & visionary he is helping vOffice stay on top of the game in this region. Well versed with doing business in Indonesia, he is also actively involved in some Leading Organization as Head of International Trade for America & Europe region at HIPMI (Indonesian Young Entrepreneurs Association), as Executive Vice President of Junior Chamber International (JCI East Java) and as Executive Board at PERJAKBI (Indonesian Virtual Office, Serviced Office & Coworking Space Association).

    Albert Goh

    CEO and Co-Founder of vOffice Group and vRush Philippines

    Albert has been creating different business ventures since his early days. One of his earliest ventures is a Web Hosting company which he founded back in 1999 and is still operating today, Albert also owns several other digital properties and services such as eVoicemail.net which caters to the US and Europe market. In 2002 he founded vOffice which today has over 35 branches around Asia Pacific. He also co-founded vRush Concierge and Acceler8 Community + WorkSpace in Manila and Uppercase.asia, another co-working space in Kuala Lumpur.

    Dian Hasan

    Co-founder of Coworkinc

    Dian is an international Brand Story Teller, Speaker, Serial Entrepreneur, Business Mentor and Travel Blogger. Drawing on his years of experience in Asia and USA as a Professional, Entrepreneur, and Brand Strategist, Dian co-founded Coworkinc with his wife Cynthia Satrya in 2015, as a coworking and event space for independent workers. Coworkinc works closely with communities of startups, social entrepreneurs and creatives, where they can work, share resources, find mentorship, and collaborate. Coworkinc is a work-in-progress, striving to find the right coworking concept for the Indonesian market and its youth culture.



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