Co-working space, Outpost, secures US$1.3M seed funding to expand in the Asia Pacific

by Felicia Calle

Co-working and co-living startup, Outpost, has bagged US$1.3 million in a seed round led by EverHaus, Strypes Holdings, and Clarenberg Ventures.

Outpost offers businesses and individuals the freedom to work and live in holiday destinations by transforming an under-utilized hotel into communal work and living spaces for professionals.

The startup plans to use the fresh funds to expand Outpost’s destination in APAC, including a fourth location. Founded in 2016, Outpost started its co-working and co-living space in Ubud, Bali, then expanded into Canggu, and Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

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