It will open its third space on Amoy Street in the CBD this year.
Co-working pioneer Impact Hub Singapore has rebranded to become Found, it said in an announcement. "This concludes the company’s successful tenure with the global Impact Hub network, and signifies its next steps in establishing itself as an independent, homegrown Singapore and Southeast Asian brand," it added.
As part of the rebrand, Found. will be deepening its ‘Members Growth’ services, which include coaching, mentoring, and partnership programmes for its entrepreneurs. After it supported more than 75 organisations such as DBS, NTUC, P&G, Cartier, Liberty Mutual and JP Morgan, in achieving their innovation agendas, Found. will extend its innovation-building capabilities to more firms based in Singapore and the Southeast Asian region.
Found. also eyes the opening of its third space on Amoy Street in the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District (CBD) this year. The new 22,000 sqft flagship campus, slated to open in September, will feature a 250 capacity event space, team rooms, and flexible spaces. "It will be home to a 50:50 mix of corporate innovation teams and high-growth startups – the first of its kind for any innovation hub," the firm said.
Found. has also unveiled its ambitions for regional expansion, with plans underway to establish spaces in Malaysia and Indonesia by the end of the year. The firm also has plans to expand into Thailand and Vietnam by 2019.
First published here.