KMC, the largest serviced office and co-working space provider in the Philippines, expands even further as they launch their newest facilities in Robinsons Zeta Tower in Quezon City, along with Rockwell Sheridan 1 in Mandaluyong City, and Robinsons Cyberscape Gamma in Ortigas.
These additions mark the company’s next step in expanding outside of Metro Manila’s traditional central business districts, as KMC consolidates its hold on the Philippine office space market including the Visayas region soon. This expansion is also part of KMC’s long-term strategy of setting the pace for the flexible workspace industry in the Philippines.
KMC moves up: Unveiling their latest flexible workspaces in the greater Ortigas.
The three flexible workspaces are situated in the metros’ business districts in Ortigas, Mandaluyong and Quezon City. Strategically located in the Ortigas CBD, Robinsons Cyberscape Gamma is a serviced office and coworking space that is accessible in all major mode of transportations along EDSA, C5 and Ortigas Avenue. Aside from that, the office also has modern plug & play spaces with fast and reliable internet connection, making it easy for employees and companies to work.
In Mandaluyong, the Rockwell Sheridan 1 workspace is located inside a Grade A building that offers more than 500 production seats with office fit-outs for work floors, manager’s cabins and director’s offices. These workspaces are perfect for multinational companies who plan to reside within the integrated communities of Rockwell and Makati.
The company’s first coworking and serviced office space in Quezon City is located at the seventh floor of the Zeta Tower, a 20-storey LEED Silver Pre-Certified for Building Design and Construction: Core and Shell Development property, rising at the corner of Ortigas and E. Rodriguez Jr. Avenues. Here, KMC offers almost 500 seats allocated in different office settings. Many of the seats are located inside private rooms, while there are also many choices for desk rentals and co-working space.
KMC: More than just flexible workspaces
Aside from workspaces, KMC offers legal, technical and administrative support which can cover the entire support spectrum for local and international businesses. This includes manpower augmentation, equipment and technical set-up, organizational and administrative processes to register or set up a business, and more.
As an ISO-Certified provider of flexible workspace solutions and staff augmentation in Philippines, KMC thus increases their available spaces to 8,382 of workstations, 46,107 SQM of Workspace, and 29 of managed floors over 17 buildings in September, including one of the largest flexible workspace in the country at Robinsons Cyber Sigma. By the end of the year, they will have 8,800 seats across 29 different floors of 19 different buildings.
The demand for office space in the Philippines alone has reached as much as 1.2 million square meters this year, and clients continuously look for flexible workspaces as the traditional office model slowly becomes obsolete.
“With the growing number of startups and entrepreneurs and the increasing number of foreign companies who want to establish presence in the Philippines, the need for co-working and flexible working space is booming. We at KMC are committed to help local and foreign businesses, entrepreneurs and small to medium-sized enterprises in the Philippines in providing initial support, working spaces, even up to the growth and expansion of their operations.” said Michael McCullough, KMC Managing Director and Co-Founder.
The true flexibility that KMC’s spaces offer has warranted the trust of multinationals and SMEs alike. The company’s list of clients include Samsung, PwC, eBay, AirBnB, LinkedIn, Deloitte, and other major industry disruptors. KMC has also incubated successful tech startups such as Sprout and Zennya.
Established in 2010, the company has assisted several businesses in establishing operations in the country, ensuring a smooth and effective transition process. The business aims to support growing brands by encouraging entrepreneurship and contributing to create employment opportunities in the Philippines.