As software starts eating the world, it’s becoming increasingly easy for teams to collaborate globally and work from wherever they want, making working spaces the new office block for everyone.
Nigeria’s Cranium One is the latest shared office space to birth in Lagos to join this herd.
According to the founder, Olaotan Towry-Coker, ‘We’re happy to provide affordable, yet premium office space to the thousands of entrepreneurs and early-stage businesses in need of a professional and welcoming work environment.’
Cranium One is located in the heart of Lagos – Victoria Island with a combination of ergonomic design, thoughtfully crafted spacing, well-planned community management and capacity building. Apart from being just a co-working space, Cranium One provides a broad range of interactive learning classes that cover topics such as branding, creative thinking, project management and marketing so individuals can develop skills that give their work and play new energy.
There are also chances of engaging with others, sharing skills and resources, increased motivation, an professional networking in the community.
Member startups and SMEs get a work station, a private office, fixed desks, hot desks, high speed Wi-Fi, capacity building workshops and seminars amongst many.