Co-working spaces: The new gig economy frontier
Co-working spaces have taken off in Nairobi. From freelancers to startup entrepreneurs, it’s a fun and great way to work without incurring the costs that come with an office setup.
When companies introduced work from home arrangements last year because of the pandemic, the demand for shared workspaces steadily began to pick up. Restaurants became the go to choice for people as they sought pleasant venues to work from, away from the distractions of their homes.
Toffee Tribe, an innovative startup saw a gold mine in this opportunity and partnered with restaurants in Nairobi to provide affordable and enjoyable work spaces for the growing number of remote workers. Here is how they did it.