Lauded Manhattan's biggest coworking space company and one of the world’s fastest growing (it was born in New York City in 2010 and now has 485 locations in 105 cities), WeWork is the latest global sharing office conglomerate to land in Bangkok (after Spaces and Regus). The company has two locations in the city, one in Sathorn (five floors at Asia Centre building) and another in Thonglor (seven floors at Ichitan-powered T-One building).
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Amsterdam-hailing creative work hub Spaces has dropped its first location in Thailand at newly-opened community mall Summer Hill. The massive 1,260-square-meter shared work room comes packed with hip and colorful interiors, 334 desks, and three bookable meeting rooms. The coffee station is run by Rocket X so you’re guaranteed with nice cuppas on a daily basis. Prices start from B320/day.
The newest player in the competitive market of sharing workplaces, Common Ground provides friendly workspace decked out with details that aim to encourage human connection. The SEA-born brand currently has two locations in Bangkok, one at The Offices at Central World and another at G Tower on Ratchadapisek Road.