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Eaton Club launches premium flexible workspace in Wan Chai

Eaton Club launches premium flexible workspace in Wan Chai



Eaton Club, a subsidiary of Great Eagle Holdings, announced last week the launch of apremium flexible workspace at the Great Eagle Centre in Wan Chai. This is the fourth Eaton Club centre after the first two locations in Central and the up-and-coming centre in Langham Place, Mong Kok.

Eaton Club Wan Chai, a 17,000-square-feet premium flexible workspace with a capacity for over 200 people, is positioned to attract small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as well as sizable corporations. Current tenants include companies in e-commerce, fintech, IT, advertising and the insurance sector. There are entertainment facilities, a gym, a video game room and a breast-feeding room. 

Head of Eaton Club Wendy Lam told Human Resources that since the pandemic, she has seen a growing demand from both corporates and start-ups.

Enterprises are increasingly seeking smaller office footprints to trim expenses amid the backdrop of the COVID-19. Conventional co-working facilities and subprime office space far away from the central business districts (CBD) may not be able to meet the high expectations of SMEs. There is high demand for a premium flexible workspace located at CBD based in a Grade-A office at a relatively affordable cost.

“We have strong confidence in the prospect of premium flexible workspaces in Hong Kong as we have seen a substantial growth in business despite the pandemic. Eaton Club aims at providing a premium service and working environment as well as fostering engagement through our community events to address the diversified demands of enterprises,” Lam said.

“With the encouragement from our existing customers, we look forward to bringing the prestigious brand of Eaton Club to other locations in Hong Kong, followed by a plan to expand to overseas market in the coming years.” 

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