The entrepreneurship movement in recent years has created a new business community, leading to the establishment of co-working spaces.
According to CBRE Vietnam, a real estate service provider, co-working spaces have increased by 55 percent per annum over the last five years.
There are 40 businesses providing the service, including five large ones. The business has with reported occupancy rate of over 80 percent.
Dreamplex, Toong, eSmart, CirCO, Start, Saigon co-working, Citihub, Fablad and PerperHouse have become well-known names in HCM City.
The services offered by co-working spaces are diverse, from supporting businesses to set up and preparing documents to supplying accountants, meeting rooms, reception, post and kitchens to tenants.
With a wide range of services, co-working spaces are suited to small and micro businesses.
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