Startup Profile: Spaceba —  access working and meeting spaces easily in Lagos

by | Feb 7, 2018

As working remotely gains more popularity in Lagos State, lots of people have risen to take up the challenge of making access to workspaces an easy search within the commercial city. Spaceba is one of such albeit with a different twist.

It is an online marketplace that provides a variety of working and meeting spaces within  Lagos. Spaces listed on the platform are on time-based. For instance, working spaces are sorted hourly, daily, monthly and yearly giving users seamless search.

In a bid to offer great service and reach a wide audience, “Hora” — a subscription plan was created for individuals that desire flexible work culture and payment options. What makes Hora interesting is, it allows payment to be done based on credit points which are calculated per hour and then deducted from users credit wallet. However, if clients do not finish up their credit balance within a month, they can roll over to the next month.

This, alongside other interactive features, is what Spaceba capitalises on as its edge over counterparts. Spaceba is the brain-child of Taiwo Akinseye and Kehinde Shogbanmu and was birthed on January 9, 2017.

Seeking for a co-working space with flexible plans? You may visit the online platform to begin your search.

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Deborah Soyombo
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