Our team recently upped sticks and moved to a new Hong Kong home: The Hive! We’re thrilled to join such a forward-thinking and growing collaborative space that’s abuzz with creative energy, and can’t wait to get to work.
We moved in in early January, and have since settled in, put our own creative stamp on the place, and thrown multiple parties – as revealed by the pictures below!
“I’m so excited and genuinely energised by our move to the Hive in Kennedy Town – what a way to start the year!” says our Managing Director Jen Campbell. “We now have so much more space in which to be creative, we’re surrounded by lots of like-minded thinkers and have access to different events and activities to keep us motivated. My favourite part of the Hive is the experience you have the minute you get to the lift; you’ll have to visit us to see what I mean!”
“Our old office was in a great location – right in the heart of Central, with the Graham Street fruit market on either side,” adds English Editor Maddy Fitzpatrick. “But our new office is much more peaceful. We work to the sound of a wood pigeon cooing instead of a pile driver hammering. We also work in a room suffused with natural light, which is wonderful. As for the location, Kennedy Town is a funky neighbourhood close to Central, and the team has already discovered some great (and cheap!) eats. Working out of a co-working space is fun: we’re looking forward to networking and socialising here. I’m also looking forward to using the cold-press juicer and taking acting classes – both on site!”
Our English Editor Mel Patching is also a fan of the new space. “It’s great to be part of a co-working community,” she says. “I can’t wait to meet the people working around us. The vibe here is super friendly and down-to-earth, and I’m a big fan of all the greenery! I love that we can hear the birds singing here in Kennedy Town.”
Keep an eye on our blog and social media to stay up to date with our work here at The Hive. We hope to see you soon!
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