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Carving out a co-working niche

As Singapore co-working spaces increase in number, so does competition to stand out in the crowd.

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Core Collective is a co-working space that provides for both fitness and wellness professionals, that takes up three floors in Anson Road. It has treatment rooms, a gym and specialised studios.

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The Sanctuary, the adults-only section in co-working space Trehaus. It is the first to cater to working parents, billed as a diverse mini ecosystem, and where every day can be "Take Your Child to Work" day.

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The Working Capitol, at Keong Saik Road, is a co-working space in a row of adjoining shophouses run by Saranta Gattie (left) and her brother Ben Gattie.

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The Great Room aims for a 16-hour business model. Founder Jaelle Ang started the space because she saw that startups that have attracted funding from investors were an under-served market.

HAVING birthed startups the likes of Instagram and Uber, co-working spaces are a relatively new genre of office which is rapidly gaining traction among entrepreneurs and even SME owners in Singapore. Those sharing the same space may not be employed by the same company, but occupants tend to

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