Your business could get a free office space with this new initiative by Nasab
The UAE’s first members-only workplace is offering complimentary workspaces to businesses affected by COVD-19
In February of 2019, Nasab opened its doors as the first member’s only workplace in the UAE. Situated in Mohammed Bin Rashid City at KOA Canvas the light and airy space provides several table top spaces where you can work. Along with the shared work space there are also several private work spaces, a photography studio, event spaces and a fitness studio.
It’s no secret the effects of COVID-19 had a detrimental affect on many small businesses. Believing in the power of homegrown companies, Founder and CEO of Nasab, Mohammed bin Zaal decided to lend a helping hand. “Our primary concern is first and foremost to do what is most safe, and what is right, for our members, staff and the city’s wider business community. We were the first members club to close down, having done so voluntarily before the full stay-at-home status. We were more cautious than others and we feel it was the right thing to do—to put people over profits,” he explained. As a result of the initiative, 30 local businesses that have been adversely impacted by COVID-19 will be support with complimentary office and workspaces.
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We believe homegrown businesses are essential to the economic and cultural fabric of the UAE. The Nasab Recovery Programme will provide up to 30 eligible businesses complimentary offices or workspaces for 6 months giving them access to a like-minded community and the financial space to Reconnect, Recover & Thrive. | Swipe right to find out more. If you wish to apply tap the link in our bio. Applications close on 15th July.
Nasab was set up in order to create a space where entrepreneurs, creatives and like-minded individuals could set up and work away from home. “We want to keep this spirit alive through the Nasab Recovery Programme – continuing our legacy for creating first of their kind initiatives in the UAE,” explained Mohammed. “Our hope is that the Programme provides a much-needed space for those who shape and contribute to the creative industry - entrepreneurs, leaders in tech, art, design and fashion. The team have worked extraordinarily hard to create an incredible space; we can’t wait to now see the community grow within it.”
To apply for a workspace visit the Nasab Recovery Programme page and submit your application before July 15th.