Soon in Binondo: 021 Maker Space Dream Incubator

A new modern-style coworking space, and business incubator, 021 Maker Space Dream Incubator will open SOON at the busiest commercial district in Manila City, Binondo. It will be located on the 8th floor of Co Ban Kiat II building along Juan Luna Street, Binondo. The new coworking space, owned by 021 Group OPC, will be the company’s first and largest coworking space in Manila’s Chinatown district.

The Co Ban Kiat II building is one of the historical structures in Binondo. It was built during the Pre-war period and was previously called S.J. Wilson building, named after American Navy expatriate Samuel J. Wilson. The building, in the pre-war era, used to be the headquarters of the Manila Stock Exchange and many other prominent companies and firms, including the Standard and Chartered Bank, the Japanese Consulate General’s office, Bank of America, Sunlife of Canada, Phil Am Life Insurance, France Consulate, Switzerland Consulate, and many others.

The 021 Maker Space coworking and incubator would occupy over 836 square meters of space. It would have 170 rentable private workstations, coworking desks, meeting rooms, nursery rooms, phone booths, and with ample area for sitting and events venue. Noting the exceptional demand of a coworking space in the country, the 021 Maker Space Dream Incubator would offer competitive rates and would cater not only to startup companies but to companies of all sizes, freelancers, entrepreneurs, investors, mentors, influencers and even to students.

What set 021 Maker Space different from other coworking spaces?

Venture Capital is a term often thrown around when it comes to startups and new businesses. An entrepreneur’s genius business idea often will need business funding in order to grow and Investors may offer to make a venture capital investment in exchange for a percentage return. The 021 Maker Space will be serving as a bridge between the Entrepreneurs and Capital Investors and will help with the incubation of promising companies, countless startup businesses, and turning them into multinational giants. Therefore, with the creation of the incubator named 021 Maker Space, it will turn ventures from “zero to one”.

If you are a startup that is looking for capital resources for your amazing idea, please come and pitch your business plan. We have formed alliances with investors and venture capitalists that support the startup ecosystem. Also, if you are an Investor looking to invest in a startup, we can connect you to entrepreneurs with great growth potential.

Why open a coworking space during a pandemic?

It is indeed very challenging to open a coworking space in the current situation, but the owners of 021 Maker Space Dream Incubator believe that despite this pandemic, coworking is still the future on how people will work and that capital venture can have a huge contribution to the country’s economic growth. 

There are many companies that have asked their employees to work remotely and this kind of setup is expected to grow. At the same time, there are a lot of entrepreneurs and startups with amazing business plans who are not afraid to commence their venture and take risks even during this challenging situation. The 021 Maker Space has the potential to provide vital business services to startup businesses and support the remote workforce closer to where they are now.

What Services and Facilities will 021 Maker Space Offer its Customers?

Aside from a modern and elegantly furnished coworking space, 021 Maker Space will be offering the following services to its clients:

  • Private Offices
  • Coworking Dedicated Desk and Hot Desk
  • Virtual Office
  • Meeting Rooms and Event Space
  • Wi-Fi 6 Connectivity with Up to 1 Gbps high internet speed
  • Cozy Lounges and Sitting Area
  • Phone Booths
  • Wellness Room
  • Professional/Business Events
  • Community Events
  • Round the Clock Cleaning Team
  • Complimentary Refreshments

For inquiries, contact: 0917 1111 921 or email: admin@021makerspace.com

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