Hotdesk has partnered Compass Offices to offer flexible workspaces for workers as mobility takes hold in APAC.
The workspaces, which can be booked by the day, week or month, will cater for the growing popularity of mobile workers.
According to research by IDC, there will be 1.3 billion mobile workers in the world by 2015, with over 838 million from Asia Pacific where the Hong Kong-based Compass has opened the majority of its 29 locations since 2010.
Hotdesk founder, Steve Glaveski, said finding a desk, a chair and an internet connection while on the road could be difficult.
"Don't even think about running a large meeting from a cafe," he said.
"Hotdesk offers people the opportunity to not only access flexible workspaces on the go across Asia but also network, collaborate, be part of a community and build valuable relationships that can help to accelerate the achievement of professional goals."
He said the company was proud to be adding Compass's workspaces and meeting rooms to its marketplace and to be associated with a brand that highly values price transparency, flexible terms and great customer service.
"Through this partnership, Hotdesk has become the only place where travelling business people, freelancers and other mobile workers can book space at Compass by the day or week," he said.
"Whether in Sydney, Melbourne, Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo, Dubai or even Almaty in Kazakhstan, Compass and Hotdesk have you covered."
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