Nigeria’s co-working space CapitalSquare recently opened the doors of its flagship space, The Studio, in Dolphin Estate, Ikoyi. The coworking space, nestled at one end of Ilupeju Street, offers single desks and private offices as well as a conference room and lounge to freelancers, small business owners and creatives. As with CapitalSquare’s first space, members can book desks and meeting rooms by the hour, day, or month, allowing them to work flexibly and pay for only what they need. With high-speed internet, a quiet environment, friendly staff, and great coffee, The Studio was created to be an enabling space for community to thrive.
Speaking about the new space, CapitalSquare founder, Modupe Odunyemi, said, “We designed The Studio to be warm and welcoming, a place where creative people would feel at home. We believe people shouldn’t have to work in dull, boring spaces, so we wanted our space to be full of colour and life, but still somewhere you would be proud to show to your investors or clients. I think we’ve achieved that with The Studio.”
Since opening the first space in Lekki in 2013, CapitalSquare has grown to become one of the most loved coworking spaces in Nigeria, offering workshops and clinics and other beneficial services for professionals that work out of CapitalSquare.
CapitalSquare is a collaborative shared workspace and community for independent professionals – entrepreneurs, creatives, and innovators. Members enjoy access to a growing network of beautiful, fully-serviced work and meeting spaces, event programming, business advisory, and other benefits, thoughtfully designed to help you do your best work. The amenities at CapitalSquare spaces include uninterrupted power, fast internet, kitchen facilities, meeting rooms, and private offices, among others.
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