Due to the impact of the recent pandemic, office workers are now working in remote settings more than ever. The challenge for these workers is they are now seeking local workspaces outside of their home. Currently, designated co-working spaces are only located in large cities like Shibuya, Roppoing, and Shinjuku, with few co-working spaces in smaller residential areas.
Suup locates vacant spaces in residential areas and transforms them into self-service workspaces with a low-cost approach. Local space owners can earn revenue rather than keeping a space vacant, and workers can have access to remote work spaces close to home.
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