Amsterdam-founded co-working space provider in the Philippines has partnered with a local café to provide its tenants and guests premium bites and coffee.
Shared office provider Spaces has partnered with renowned homegrown company Wildflour Café + Bakery. The dedicated deli café will take a spot in the center of the massive community hall of Spaces’ first brand in the Philippines located at the penthouse of World Plaza in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
Spaces is the Philippines’ largest co-working space provider with 3,000-square-meter space offering over 500 workstations in various office settings.
This partnership aims to provide Spaces’ tenants and guests, who are mostly entrepreneurs and creative freelancers, with a wide array of healthy bites, savory pastries, and the famous artisan Wildflour coffee. By offering hearty and appetizing food and beverage selections within the compound of a social working atmosphere, Spaces hopes to provide an innovative vibe and to inspire creative flair.
Spaces’ country head Lars Wittig said, “Our vision is to create a dynamic community workspace with a unique and entrepreneurial spirit that can help our clients think, create, and collaborate.”
Wittig added, “Opening a deli café adds value in a business sense, too. If they need to receive a client, interview a potential employee, or connect with a partner or an investor, they wouldn’t need to worry about finding a cozy place for meetings.”
Spaces has been introducing the concept of community among its patrons. In this community, members are given access to talks and special events.
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