NOTE TO READERS: This location for Campfire has officially closed.
Campfire has been striving to change the way people exist since its Hong Kong launch in 2016. Now, they have some very exciting news for parents!
First, it addressed the way people work through its co-working spaces which now span all over Hong Kong. Co-living followed with the opening of the company’s first co-living space in Sham Shui Po. And now, the company is hoping to spur an evolution in the way people live and learn, too. Campfire Campus, Asia’s first co-learning space is a shared education hub, combined with a co-working space for parents, a cafe and a large recreational area for kids.
The concept is aimed at the increasing number of entrepreneurial parents who want to work without being separated from their children. But it’s more than simply working from home. Parents who work from Campfire Campus will see their children entertained or occupied through learning, with the co-education space offering a selection of leading education providers, from early childcare to language schools, ballet, martial arts, andmusic.
The first Campfire Campus opened in July 2018 in Tseung Kwan O, spanning 26,000 square feet. The second site in a soon-to-be-revealed location in Hong Kong will follow, set to span 77,000 square feet.
A new solution for the modern-day parent, Campfire Campus allows parents and children to work and learn under the same roof, amidst state-of-the-art resources.
Entrepreneurial, freelance or any parents who work from home but want to combine that with spending more time with kids who in turn have the opportunity to learn and play.
Campfire is one of Hong Kong’s fastest-growing co-working space provider in Hong Kong, and the first to expand across all collaborative lifestyle sectors, into co-living and co-learning. Campfire now has collaborative spaces across 20 locations in four countries.
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