Co-working spaces have become synonymous with startups and has indeed played a huge role in the startup ecosystem, not just as places to work but as hubs for building networks and creating partnerships. But what more can these startup communities within co-working spaces contribute to the growing ecosystem in Asia?
Join Lais de Oliveira, Malaysia Country Manager and Chief Community Officer of Flyspaces, as she talks about the power of building communities and the role these communities will play in creating value for innovation in tech in Echelon Malaysia 2017. Get insights straight from the creator of the fastest growing startup communities in Malaysia about how workspace communities are the future of startup ecosystems.
Echelon Malaysia 2017 is a tech conference (April 12-13, Penang) and year-long digital platform attracting international speakers, founders, investors and professionals. Register for your Echelon Malaysia access pass now to get 10% off each pass you purchase.
New in 2017 is Echelon Malaysia’s digital platform. Get immediate access to exclusive insights, participate in discussions and engage with the speakers and fellow attendees directly on Echelon’s digital platform, the moment you register (accessible from the Ecosystem page). What’s more, the digital platform will be accessible all-year even after the conference, so kickstart your Echelon experience today and embark on a year-long journey of discovery.
Lais is an entrepreneur and community builder. She founded and sold her first business (8spaces.co) to Flyspaces.com, Southeast Asia’s largest marketplace for workspace and spaces for professional activities, where she currently works as Malaysia Country Manager and Chief Community Officer.
Driven by building ecosystems to empower entrepreneurship and creativity, she has built some of the fastest growing startup communities in Malaysia on behalf of Startup Grind, Techstars (Startup Digest), TheList.KL, and MaGIC (Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre). Lais is mostly experienced in building marketplaces, real estate trends, and community events applied to user acquisition (which she calls offline SEO).