Ras Al Khaimah, 17 November 2021: Ras Al Khaimah’s work environment has entered a new and exciting era with the launching of Compass Coworking Centre, a vibrant community hotspot managed by Ras Al Khaimah Economic Zone. The centre welcomes SMEs, entrepreneurs, start-ups, students and freelancers aiming to switch up the way they work.
Compass Coworking Centre offers a plug n’ play experience with functional amenities that help its members get the most out of a working day. It features open workspaces, for individuals who want to work and collaborate with peers; private workspaces, for those who want to be more focused; modern meeting rooms where teams can brainstorm or pitch ideas to their clients; events area, for conferences and other social activities; and a recording studio, for high-quality audio production.
“The concept of work has evolved drastically over the recent years. Compass Coworking Centre has been unveiled just in time for everyone to embrace a new style of working. We are offering a strong alternative to conventional office, with its core value being flexibility and cost-friendliness.,” said Ramy Jallad, Group CEO of RAKEZ. “You do not have to look elsewhere, we equipped the centre with all the amenities and tools for a productive day. We also designed the centre to inspire two important factors: creativity – with trendy interiors that excites you to seize the day; and collaboration; with plenty of open spaces to encourage individuals to network and create wonders together.”
Joining Compass Coworking is easy. Digital nomads, students, and the wider RAK community can opt for daily, weekly or monthly memberships. Meanwhile, professionals ready to enter the business landscape are offered with coworking company set-up packages, which include business licence, access to the centre, and UAE visa eligibility.
Commenting on what’s next for the centre, Mr Jallad said: “As with any of our offerings, we are eager to keep innovating Compass Coworking Centre and effectively be the go-to place for the next generation of professionals.”