There are more entrepreneurs, freelancers and remotely operated businesses now than there were 10 years ago, and that’s why shared workspaces and coworking spaces are springing up across major Nigerian cities to cater to their needs.
Coworking spaces are the perfect fit for entrepreneurs and freelancers who do not want to work from home, but would like the stable electricity, reliable WiFi, and the community of like-minded people that the shared workspace offers.
Here are some co-working spaces to try in Lagos:
Workstation is located in Victoria Island. Aside from offering the appropriate amenities, it also has a great ambience. Workstation offers mentorship programs, educational courses and events that help their members navigate the intricacies of being business owners. Best of all, Workstation has some really cool nooks you can curl up and read in, and wooden chairs that can help with your sitting posture.
Workbay offers coworking spaces and shared office spaces in Ikeja, Maryland and Lekki Phase 1. Find out more about Workbay here.
3. Muster Point Office
This space is located in Ogba, Lagos. Their services include regular workstations and added attractions like a standard meeting room, virtual office services and ‘night owl’ services for those who want to work into the night. Learn more here.
4. Lagos Cowork
Lagos Cowork is located in Lekki and offers the usual workspace and also shared office facilities, administrative support and virtual office needs. They offer different flexible membership options that can be tailored to your specific needs. Find out more here.
Litcaf describes itself as ‘the coffee shop you can work from’. It’s a cozy workspace in Yaba that serves excellent coffee and also has reliable WiFi. Sounds like something you’ll like? Find out more here.
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