As the world moves towards more remote work, the opportunities for co-working spaces becomes more abundant for people looking to do work in places other than a traditional office. People nowadays want to work from home or find suitable places in their surroundings where they can sit, work and eat with the availability of internet services.
In Ghana, co-working spaces have been steadily coming up, with most of these establishments providing high-speed internet and affordable prices for users with different payment plans.
With that said and done, here is a list of some popular co-working spaces in Ghana:
iSpace Foundation is a technology hub in Ghana which offers a co-working space, tools and facilities for entrepreneurs and startups to launch and manage their business ideas in Ghana.
Location: iSpace is located in Labone, near Bosphorus Restaurant
Workshed is a coworking community that aims to provide a workspace for freelancers and startups to nurture and grow their businesses.
Founded by two young entrepreneurs from Ashesi University, Workshed presents affordable rates for users who are looking for a place to work and hold events.
Location: Baatsona Spintex Road, in the same building as HFC Bank (Close to Baatsona Filling Station)
Impact Hub provides a workspace and access to capital and also connects entrepreneurs focused on creating sustainable solutions to regional challenges in employment, financial inclusion, agriculture, health, and education.
Location: Otswe Street, Accra (Osu)
Regus offers fully serviced office spaces, virtual offices, co-working spaces, and meeting rooms for its customers.
Location: Roman Ridge, Accra
HapaSpace provides a dynamic community for entrepreneurs, freelancers, start-ups, early stage businesses, social enterprises and business professionals in the Kumasi area.
HapaSpace offers a social entrepreneurship programme, demo nights, startup events and training sessions and coworking spaces.
Location: Prempeh I Street, Kumasi
Ho Node is a hub located in Ho in the Volta region. They provide inclusive spaces that support digital innovation culture among peri-urban and rural youth in Ghana.
Location: Near The Ho Polytechnic, Ho
Kumasi Hive is a collaborative makerspace offering access to tools, technology, & business support for innovators in Ghana.
They provide co-working space, event space, Training Space, Makerspace and Hardware studio as a service.
Location: Hse 49, SE 29056 Drive, 2nd Turn Behind Mizpah School, Kumasi
iCode offers its members a coworking space with meeting rooms, a general meeting area, internet access, provides coffee for the early-birds and even goes further to provide lunch if you stick around longer. iCode adds these extra amenities to increase collaboration between community members and provides a space for all to work from.
Location: Famous Avenue, Takoradi
*Upcoming Co-Working Space
Kukun is a new workspace providing fully furnished, serviced office spaces in Osu, Accra. Through co-working membership, dedicated desks and private offices, Kukun will help provide a perfect working environment which offers fibre optic internet and a space to buy food and drinks.
Location: 10 Koi St, Accra
Joseph-Albert Kuuire is the creator and editor of TechNovaGh.com, an online digital platform focusing on technology in Ghana.
I’m also a UX Designer, book reader, and tech enthusiast (duh!)
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