Emaar e25’s ‘Letswork’ Innovates Dubai’s Co-Working Space

ArabNet Team, Mar 08 2018

Are you an entrepreneur, a freelance consultant, or a professional looking for an alternative space to meet, work, brainstorm and co-create? An innovative initiative by e25, Emaar’s in-house innovation lab for under 25-year-olds, is bringing a brand-new approach to Dubai’s co-working spaces, tailored just for you.

Letswork, the first startup rolled out by e25, has transformed some of the city’s chic venues into inspiring, affordable and flexible coworking spaces, a trend that is fast shaping the future of work globally with even large tech firms leveraging such flexible work spaces to have better access to innovators, innovation and talent.

Letswork simplifies the notion of coworking spaces for its members with an array of benefits including unlimited tea, coffee, water and wi-fi, reserved seating with plugs, meeting room access, free parking and a 20% discount on F&B at all its venues.

Co-founded by e25 Partners Omar AlMheiri and Hamza Khan, Letswork currently offers six inspiring locations including Sean Connolly at Dubai Opera, Rove Downtown, Rove Healthcare City, Rove City Centre, Rove Trade Centre and Molecule at Dubai Design District – all set in central locations in the city and among the most desirable pitstops.

Membership is as simple as logging on to the Letswork website. You can opt for a daily (AED 39), weekly (AED 209) or monthly (AED 490) package proving to be among the most affordable alternative work environments outside a typical office environment.

The packages make business-sense. According to reports, alternative spaces, such as coffee shops are emerging as meeting places for business executives, with about AED 25-35 being the average spend on coffee, and 25 to 35-year-olds being the most popular age demographic at these venues.

With Letswork, you not only have unlimited coffee or tea at just AED 17 if you sign up for a monthly package, you also have the unbeatable value of being at a relaxed, trendy venue, where you can conduct business or work at your pace with none of the fuss of crowded cafes. 

 

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