When I heard Leadspace was opening a new space at Ojodu Berger, I almost assumed they were packing shop from Yaba and joining the never-ending list of businesses moving out of Yaba. The moment I stepped into the new building, I was set straight.
For the uninitiated, Leadspace is a sister company of Passion Incubator and doubles as a co-working space. The goal for Leadspace is to create the future of work by creating the best environment to work, collaborate, stay productive, network and have fun.
We don’t see this as a real estate business, we see it as a community for entrepreneurs to have access to affordable infrastructure. So it is the quality of the programs and strategic partnerships we form in Leadspace that stands us out. – Olufunbi Falayi, CEO LeadspaceAdvertisement
Ojodu Berger has evolved into a vibrant business environment due to the recent upgrade in infrastructure in the area by the government, with proximity to Ikeja airport and the Marina financial district via the direct link to the 3rd mainland bridge. Having a co-working space in Ojodu might just be a great call.
Join me as we tour Leadspace to see what await potential occupants.
Welcome to Leadspace Ojodu
Expansive car park
Car parks are a major problem for most co-working spaces in Lagos but Leadspace in Ojodu covered that end with an enormous space for your cars.
Your first point of call is the reception the moment you enter the building
Productivity, collaboration, community are three core values of Leadspace and it’s well spelt on the wall in the reception area. You can’t but notice it. For a strong community, you need connectivity and I could not but notice that they are fully supported by ipNX. So no worries, they have you covered on fast internet.
We make our way to the first co-working space which is the open floor space
Meeting rooms for the open space
On the next floor,
Lounge Area- When you are tired of working, the lounge is for rest and also doubles as a snack bar.
Private office space
A bigger meeting room
If you stay at Ojodu environs, there is no excuse not to work on that your idea. Leadspace is offering a free day pass to the first 20 people that will successfully register after now.
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