Coworking in Astana, Kazakhstan

Dear All,
Earlier this year we opened the first coworking in Astana called Multispace. We offer all the usual services: workstation, meeting room, conference room, etc. At the moment we have around 70 coworkers who seem very content with the place and their fellow coworkers. You can see different groups of coworkers interacting with each other on a daily base.

I have attached some photos below, let me know what you think. Also you can check us out on our website ( http://multispace.kz/en.html ) which we recently translated into English, so if anyone had any critique on the writing that would be great.

Faraz Majidulla

Hey Faraz!

You can see different groups of coworkers interacting with each other on a daily base.

The space looks cool, but why aren’t those people in your photos?! That would make it look WAYYYY more inviting!

See what I mean: http://dangerouslyawesome.com/2014/06/whats-wrong-with-this-picture-dos-and-donts-for-photos-of-coworking/

I’d love to see this space again with photos of people in ACTION. :slight_smile:

-Alex

Hi, Feraz.

Good to hear you have coworking space in Astana.

It’s been 14 years since I visited Kazakhstan (not in Astana, unfortunately).

It’s surprising and pleasure to know that you have 70 members already

with such a cool space. I hope I will visit there in the near future.

Kyo

PAX Coworking, Tokyo

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2014-10-15 16:37 GMT+09:00 Faraz Majidulla [email protected]:

Dear All,
Earlier this year we opened the first coworking in Astana called Multispace. We offer all the usual services: workstation, meeting room, conference room, etc. At the moment we have around 70 coworkers who seem very content with the place and their fellow coworkers. You can see different groups of coworkers interacting with each other on a daily base.

I have attached some photos below, let me know what you think. Also you can check us out on our website ( http://multispace.kz/en.html ) which we recently translated into English, so if anyone had any critique on the writing that would be great.

Faraz Majidulla

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佐谷恭(Kyo paxi)

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Hi Alex,

Thank you very much for your advice on the photos.

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On Thursday, 16 October 2014 01:03:52 UTC+6, Alex Hillman wrote:

Hey Faraz!

You can see different groups of coworkers interacting with each other on a daily base.

The space looks cool, but why aren’t those people in your photos?! That would make it look WAYYYY more inviting!

See what I mean: http://dangerouslyawesome.com/2014/06/whats-wrong-with-this-picture-dos-and-donts-for-photos-of-coworking/

I’d love to see this space again with photos of people in ACTION. :slight_smile:

-Alex

Thanks,
You are always welcome to visit us here in Astana.

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On Thursday, 16 October 2014 06:12:54 UTC+6, paxi wrote:

Hi, Feraz.

Good to hear you have coworking space in Astana.

It’s been 14 years since I visited Kazakhstan (not in Astana, unfortunately).

It’s surprising and pleasure to know that you have 70 members already

with such a cool space. I hope I will visit there in the near future.

Kyo

PAX Coworking, Tokyo

2014-10-15 16:37 GMT+09:00 Faraz Majidulla [email protected]:

Dear All,
Earlier this year we opened the first coworking in Astana called Multispace. We offer all the usual services: workstation, meeting room, conference room, etc. At the moment we have around 70 coworkers who seem very content with the place and their fellow coworkers. You can see different groups of coworkers interacting with each other on a daily base.

I have attached some photos below, let me know what you think. Also you can check us out on our website ( http://multispace.kz/en.html ) which we recently translated into English, so if anyone had any critique on the writing that would be great.

Faraz Majidulla

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佐谷恭(Kyo paxi)

ウルトラシャルソン、8月末に開催

http://ultra.cialthon.at/tohoku/

有料メルマガ『パクチー起業論』

http://www.mag2.com/m/0001598789.html

Dear All,
Since we have opened one of the problems we are having is attracting expats and visiting business. A considerable amount of business visits are made to Astana daily. Any idea how to attract these types of clients?

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On Wednesday, 15 October 2014 13:37:03 UTC+6, Faraz Majidulla wrote:

Dear All,
Earlier this year we opened the first coworking in Astana called Multispace. We offer all the usual services: workstation, meeting room, conference room, etc. At the moment we have around 70 coworkers who seem very content with the place and their fellow coworkers. You can see different groups of coworkers interacting with each other on a daily base.

I have attached some photos below, let me know what you think. Also you can check us out on our website ( http://multispace.kz/en.html ) which we recently translated into English, so if anyone had any critique on the writing that would be great.

Faraz Majidulla

What is your situation regarding meeting and conference rooms? As you’re the first / only coworking space in the region, I imagine these features would be particularly attractive to individuals visiting the area. I could imagine a potential issue is that these people aren’t looking for coworking spaces - and perhaps have never even heard of the concept. As such it may benefit you to advertise your meeting / event rooms independently from your space on other platforms. I imagine most of these people are finding their meeting locations well before they arrive, so keep your advertising focus with that in mind. It’s never an easy process, but I hope this helps.

Connor

ShareYourOffice

Your space looks wonderful Faraz! I spent two wonderful months in Almaty a few years ago and love Kazakhstan. Maybe one day I can make my way back there and visit your space. :slight_smile:
Gretchen

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On Wednesday, October 15, 2014 2:37:03 AM UTC-5, Faraz Majidulla wrote:

Dear All,
Earlier this year we opened the first coworking in Astana called Multispace. We offer all the usual services: workstation, meeting room, conference room, etc. At the moment we have around 70 coworkers who seem very content with the place and their fellow coworkers. You can see different groups of coworkers interacting with each other on a daily base.

I have attached some photos below, let me know what you think. Also you can check us out on our website ( http://multispace.kz/en.html ) which we recently translated into English, so if anyone had any critique on the writing that would be great.

Faraz Majidulla