Co-working has become more popular in Cebu. A few years ago, I used to work in Cebu’s first co-working space, Location 63, which was owned by Chris Ducker, an international blogger and entrepreneur. Back then, the term co-working was such an alien term. As someone who has worked with different foreign start-ups, the importance of co-working cannot be denied. For start-ups and freelancers that want to grow, it is important to be part of a like minded community that shares different expertise, ideas, and skills.
My favorite thing about co-working spaces is it provides a platform for creative minds to get together – from podcasters, web developers, web marketers, writers, digital entrepreneurs, marketing experts, etc. There is so much you can learn from these digital nomads.
What are the co-working spaces in Cebu?
Apart from being a co-working space, A Space Cebu is considered to be a true creative hub for Cebu. They are a known venue for events that showcase music, art, and creative talent. For the artists and the aspiring ones, this is home.
Unit KLM, Crossroads Mall, Gov. M. Cuenco Ave, Cebu City
(032) 888 7656
The Tide has long been a popular co-working space. In fact, there was a time The Tide used to be the only one I could recommend. Located in the city’s tech hub, IT Park, no wonder it has become a popular choice for many.
7th floor, Skyrise 1 Building, Cebu IT Park, Lahug, Cebu City
(032) 412 3196
iiOffice means good office in Japanese. Quietly situated in the heart of the city, it offers a sanctuary for the creative community and a work space for those looking for the perfect space with a pleasant Japanese influence.
ARLINDA V. PARAS BLDG, Don Gil Garcia St, Cebu City
(032) 256 6608
For something lighter on the wallet, IndustriRoom deserves a good look. Spacious with elegant interiors, it is also promoted as a student lounge due to its proximity to universities.
2nd Flr. Bahay Alumni Bldg., Villa Aznar, Urgello St., Cebu City
0932 853 4800
From the name itself, you can already see the word “cafe” and not co-working space. However, it is not your ordinary café. It is a co-working café! Yes, you heard that right – a co-working café. Let’s admit it, many of us end up working in cafes too. A cafe that embraces the co-working ethos sounds pretty good to me!
Yap Building, F. Ramos St., Cogon Central, Cebu City
0998 544 5712
EDITORIAL NOTE: Added a new co-working space to this list.
6. The Company
The Company is not just a Coworking Space that also provides Private Offices that can be accessed 24/7 but it is a community where people can grow their businesses and maintain a good network. Every member is guaranteed unlimited access to high speed WiFi, free parking space and free flowing beverages. Having established two coworking spaces in Japan already, The Company aims to connect their members, especially startup founders to potential clients and/or investors. On top of all that, check out their uber creative, Instagrammable space & cool vibe.
Book a free tour or hit ‘em up if you have more questions via their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TheCompanyCebu/, email firstname.lastname@example.org or better yet, call or text +63 995 104 0499.
If we missed out on any that you can highly recommend, please feel free to comment below.