Dublin-based Kerten debuts its Co-working Concept Ouspace in the Middle East

Dublin-based Kerten debuts its Co-working concept Ouspace in the Middle East


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Dublin-based Kerten Hospitality debuts its coworking spaces in the Middle East with Ouspace.

Ouspace that offers customised office spaces has launched its offices and business clubs in Bakheet headquarters in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, under the name Ouspace Bakheet which is an 850 sq. m. area manifesting flexible private and shared office spaces, a business lounge, meeting zones and event rooms for entrepreneurs, freelancers, remote employees, corporate businesses of all sizes for both short-term and long-term lease.

The office spaces are decorated with complimentary Wi-Fi connectivity, simultaneous device connections, firewall security and network, scanning facility, unlimited local and national calls, personal voicemail, and free audio and web conferencing.

The memberships are very flexible and available from the duration of one-day to one-year and renewable.

The club is accessible 24/7, with office attendants, business support, postal services, event planning, advanced technical assistance and round-the-clock helpdesk.

Ouspace has also revealed its expansion plans in the Middle East. Currently, there are 10 Ouspace developments in the pipeline including Dubai, Bucharest, Budapest, Cairo, Istanbul, Marrakech, Riyadh and Tbilisi.

“As the largest economy in the Middle East and North Africa, with GDP forecast to grow by 2 percent this year, Saudi Arabia is becoming an increasingly attractive base for multinationals, small businesses and start-ups seeking to do business in the Middle East.”

“Ouspace Bakheet enables national and international businesses, from large corporates and SMEs to freelancers and entrepreneurs, to establish themselves in the market quickly, with minimal overheads and flexible packages that allow them to scale their office space up and down as needed.”

Marloes Knippenberg – CEO, Kerten Hospitality

Arabian Business

In addition, members of Ouspace Bakheet will also benefit from hotel and dining discounts, complimentary gym and Ouspace access at The House Hotel Jeddah, which is a mixed-use development operated by Kerten Hospitality itself – set to open later this year.


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