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Workable Nairobi unveils ideal shared workspace

The coworking industry is associated with freelancers, startups and small businesses.

In Summary

• Workable Nairobi is a coworking space designed to meet the growing need for executive office space.

Workable LLP CEO Samir Patel, Kepsa chairman Nicholas Leshitt and Workspace director Andrew Kisoso
Workable LLP CEO Samir Patel, Kepsa chairman Nicholas Leshitt and Workspace director Andrew Kisoso
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Workable Nairobi was officially launched at their main offices at Sanlam Towers, Westlands on May 30, providing a state-of-the-art coworking space to meet growing demand.

The coworking industry is associated with freelancers, startups and small businesses. However, most growth in the industry isn’t from these user groups but rather from large enterprises and their employees.

In attendance at the launch were Kepsa chairman Nicholas Leshitt, Workable Nairobi CEO Samir Patel and Workspace director Andrew Kisoso.

Moderator Eric Latif, Workable Nairobi CEO Samir Patel and Garden City MD Chris Coulson
Moderator Eric Latif, Workable Nairobi CEO Samir Patel and Garden City MD Chris Coulson
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Connect Coffee owners Chris Hwang and Summy Park
Connect Coffee owners Chris Hwang and Summy Park
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Riverwood Communications director Charity Katago and Zeze Digital director Eric Latiff
Riverwood Communications director Charity Katago and Zeze Digital director Eric Latiff
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USAid's Kyra Zoybekor and HSC Limited's Gladwel Musyoka
USAid's Kyra Zoybekor and HSC Limited's Gladwel Musyoka
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SARC operations director Angadi Roopra and Pam Golding Commercial's Nafisa Teja and Auneet Nandra
SARC operations director Angadi Roopra and Pam Golding Commercial's Nafisa Teja and Auneet Nandra
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