Kikao64 Opens up Coworking Space in Eldoret
Kikao64 is the new entrant into the coworking space model of business after launching in Eldoret town.
It is no longer a secret that business and working environment in Kenya has changed and coworking spaces are being adopted as the new model of carrying out daily businesses.
Kibao64 that is located along Kenyatta Street in Eldoret town targets Eldoret’s new high-tech community of entrepreneurs, start-ups, nonprofits, freelancers, creatives and athletes.
All one needs to do is to choose a suitable plan of either daily plan, weekly plan , monthly plan or you can even choose a yearly plan. With your laptop your space will be preserved where you can do your work whole day uninterrupted. The good thing is that you get access to unlimited internet and you can order your food as you work. You are also at liberty to hold meetings and meet clients if your plan allows for it.
For meeting room they offer space of up to 100 desks where groups or organizations can comfortably hold their meetings. They also have meeting rooms for smaller groups of between 3 people to 12 people
Kikao64 runs deeper than just bookable desks, offices and meeting rooms. In addition, they provides a platform for boosting their users’ growth by presenting various workshops, guest speaker events and facilitating in-house consulting services; this is an environment that fosters productivity and strong working relationships. High speed internet, printing services, cafe, shop and outdoor seating are some of the services you will get at Kikao64
Kikao64 has partnered with talented and resourceful individuals to offer a variety of classes and workshops on creative thinking, ideation techniques, problem reframing, presentation skills, project management, financial management, data analytics and visualization.
This goes in line with their aim of creating a collaborative and engaging work environment for people to share resources and make meaningful connections.
Kikao64 also aims at organizing regular events such as art exhibitions, film screenings, networking sessions, cocktail sessions, forums and lectures – everything a vibrant town like Eldoret needs to help its knowledge seekers and innovative workforce to thrive.
There opening hours runs from 8am to 7pm on week days and as from 9am to 6pm on weekends and Public Holidays.
This comes at a time most people have chosen to work remotely due to Covid-19 outbreak and their arrival comes just at the right time to cater for the already available market.
The premise was officially opened by Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago.
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