Last Friday, May 4, 2012, was a very special day for me and my partners. Our newly established co-working space business, COWO, which was in pilot mode since January of this year, had its successful inauguration and ribbon cutting event, with our honored guests Congressman Roman Romulo and Councilor Shalani S. Romulo. Despite the traffic and heavy rain, it was very well attended by friends, family, entrepreneurs, and business men. People enjoyed the great food catered by Bizu, and performances by HARANA.PH.
Our COWO signage "ala Hollywood" came just in time for the launch, which was put up under the pouring rain. I hope that one day, this would be a landmark in the Ortigas Center business district.
All in all, the COWO launch was a great success. Now it's time for some coworking!
COWO is a coworking space that allows entrepreneurs, freelancers, and professionals to collaborate in a creative environment. Here's a TVC that may help you understand what we do:
We take care of several business support needs such as secretarial, messengers, payment or money remittances, business registration and other important services that allows the member to focus on what they do best in their respective fields. COWO provides meeting rooms, telephone lines, high speed Internet access, and private cubicles for resident members at a very affordable rate. We even have a coffee shop inside for that essential morning caffeine kick.
To know more about our COWO concept, please log on to our website at http://www.cowo.asia or our Facebook fanpage http://fb.com/cowoasia .
More photos of the launch: