2 Feb, 2017 @ 13:01
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Dancers, laser show and live music at new Marbella Our Space launch party

Our Space Marbella e
Our Space Marbella Launch

BRAZILIAN dancers, a laser show and an electric violinist saw the Our Space office launch party go off with a bang.

The new global co-working company threw open its Marbella doors to celebrate in style on Wednesday night.

PARTY TIME: New Marbella Our Space office throws launch bash
PARTY TIME: New Marbella Our Space office throws launch bash

Our Space’s 13 offices and 140 desks have been designed by Emmy-nominated Hollywood Production Designer Carlos Barbosa.

Tenants can pay as little as €6.54 per day to rent office space at the Golden Mile premises, with the first month free.

“Our Space provides you with the power and support of a networking community with unrivalled services,” said CEO Kevan Halliwell.

“We believe that together, we can achieve more and we’re excited to be opening our first location here in Marbella.”

The company is also expanding to launch 50 coworking locations in gateway cities over the next 3-5 years.


Joe Duggan (Reporter)

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1 Comment

  1. I thought you guys tried to expose the crooks round here???

    Company run by the man that used to own Andalusian Dream homes (remember them!!) and a couple of chancers involved in Privilege Wealth.
    Touting round the middle east trying to raise money from dubious investors….how long before this “business centre” (has anyone actually seen this dump on the Golden Mile?) goes pop?

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