A co-working space does attract not only startups and freelancers but also big corporates. Foreign enterprises and local companies consider this the new way of working in South East Asia.
- Experts estimate that the co-working spaces have increased by 15 per cent in South East Asia from 2016 to 2020.
- According to an independent report in 2019, more than 2.2 million workers use co-working spaces worldwide.
- Jones Lang LaSalle noted about 30 per cent of the whole office market would be shared working spaces by 2030.
Chief Executive Officer, OSDORO
Bachelor of Applied Finance and Bachelor of Laws, Sydney, Australia.
David has been in real estate business since 2002 and has a passion for South East Asian cross border cooperation.
As an entrepreneur, David has won multiple tech industry awards, including 2019 for Best AI Startup GITEX awards, 2019 Best AI Technology Accathon Capital USA and recipient of the Wharton Innovation Fund Grant. His last startup, Woveon, was a New York VC backed AI enterprise business intelligence company that worked on customer data stitching and analytics of billions of conversations.
David is also the recipient of state and national Australia technology prizes including the PWC Innovation Award and Intel Enterprise Technology awards.