CoHive Partners with Tanrise Property, Launches Business in Surabaya
Located in West Surabaya, Voza Premium Office, 20th floor
Prayogo Ryza - 31 October 2019
CoHive partners with PT Tanrise Indonesia (Tanrise Property) launches a new location in Surabaya. Precisely on the west side, Voza Premium Office, 20th floor. The office is designed and prepared for entrepreneurs and all businesses to work while exploring opportunities for collaboration.
The company eyes great potential in Surabaya, especially in the creative economy sector. Quoting from the Statistics Indonesia (BPS), Surabaya has the biggest rate of creative economy players in Indonesia at 6.41% in 2016.
CoHive's Founder & CEO, Jason Lee said the company has made a commitment to support ecosystem growth by providing access to the national network.
"In addition to the rapid growth of the creative economy, Surabaya was chosen as the demand of our members who want to expand the business to Surabaya and East Java. Therefore, we're glad to open a new location in Voza Premium Office, located in a very strategic area towards the rapid economic growth," he added.
Moreover, Head of Tanrise Property, Belinda Natalia said on the office space demand in the digital era as their motivation to begin the partnership with CoHive to launch the coworking space in Surabaya.
"As one of the pioneers in the coworking space industry in Indonesia, CoHive has witnessed the rapid growth of members' business and facilitated them with necessary office space. We're excited to welcome CoHive members in Voza Premium Office," Belinda said.
CoHive tried to provide access for communities and various businesses, also to answer SME's needs for flexible and affordable office space. It also comes with easy payment in a well-designed workspace, and full facilities for the members can focus on their activities.
To date, Co-Hive is now available in 34 locations with a total building of 70,000 sqm in 5 different cities, including Jakarta, Bali, Medan, Yogyakarta, and Surabaya.
– Original article is in Indonesian, translated by Kristin Siagian