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Going to Work With a Pillow: Forget Co-working. Try Co-Napping!

Video February 14, 2020

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Co-working spaces are an established practice today. But have you heard of co-napping? One such is operated in Bangkok. At Nap Lab, they believe that if you take a nap while working, you will increase your productivity. Thus, in addition to office desks, they also provide office beds.

Co-working operators are competing to lure freelancers with an increasingly picturesque range of services. After all, the all have meeting rooms, free coffee or chill-out zone. In NapLab they do it through a bed or an emergency escape slide.

Even co-working with babysitting or directly on the beach is not an exception. Some operators tailor their offerings to narrower groups of people, such as game developers, writers, or even people working in the legal cannabis industry.

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