What You Need to Know About Singapore Startup Staytion
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Staytion: The S’pore Startup Turning MRT Stations Into Coworking Spaces

Staytion The Spore Startup Turning MRT Stations Into Coworking Spaces Photo by Website/Staytion

Coworking spaces have become more popular since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to MIT Sloan Management Review, demand for coworking spaces will increase in the post-pandemic world, not just for freelancers and digital nomads, but also for entrepreneurs and large companies.

Singapore, aka the world’s most digital nomad-friendly city, has a plethora of lifestyle spaces and coworking hubs scattered throughout the island. One of them is Staytion, a Singapore-based startup with the goal of connecting hustlers to a network of offices in Singapore.

The brainchild of entrepreneur Jane Toh, Staytion has a chain of more than 20 “multi-concept lifestyle spaces” in the Lion City, with the majority conveniently tucked beside MRT stations. The newborn coworking company aims to bring people and technology together in new, unparalleled ways with its inclusive membership options.

There’s the Lite Pass (S$49/month), an affordable option that gives Singaporeans four full-day visits to their preferred lifestyle hub. Those who want to maximise the perks of working at Staytion may purchase the Unlimited Pass (S$299/month), which comes with a five-hour use of the meeting room and unlimited drinks throughout the day.

There’s also a membership plan called Enterprise Pass, which is specially curated for big groups and companies looking to rent a coworking space on a monthly or annual basis. The rate usually depends on the number of employees and the duration of the stay.

While Staytion’s lifestyle spaces are tailor-made for digital nomads and 9-5 employees, its offices also double as a creative studio for photoshoot sessions and an event space for intimate gatherings and team buildings.

For more information, visit Staytion’s official website.

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