Bali, Indonesia | May 20, 2019 | Press Release
Outpost, an Asia-based hospitality brand focused on developing the remote work lifestyle, has announced successful seed funding of US$1.3 million. Investors in the round include EverHaus, Strypes Holdings and Clarenberg Ventures.
The round will fund expansion of Outpost’s destination coworking, coliving and travel services in APAC, including a fourth location to be announced soon.
Outpost Cofounder David Abraham says, “The digital nomad generation has grown up, and it’s affecting business at all levels. Employees and employers want a genuine alternative to the high intensity, 9-to-5 urban lifestyle. They want to engage with the diverse and exciting lifestyle Asia offers — the sights, sounds, tastes, creativity and energy — while also getting work done: whether that’s as part of a bigger organization or building a business from scratch.”
Outpost gives companies and individuals the chance to live the dream — freedom to work and live in paradise surrounded by palm trees, surf beaches, and rich culture — while still being productive and connected. Operating with a disruptive, asset-lite model, Outpost transforms underperforming hotel properties into boutique communal work and living spaces catering to the unique needs of location independent professionals.
“Asia is a hub of invention and entrepreneurialism. Outpost is leading the way in developing the remote work lifestyle in APAC, and we’re excited to grow our network,” says Abraham.
“We’re an Asia-based team with a global outlook. Being genuinely connected with the local communities we operate within is important to us in order to be both sustainable and profitable in the market,” he continues.
Sound too good to be true? Outpost will have a booth at the upcoming Echelon conference in Singapore on March 23–24 2019 — where you can chat with the founders about how to take your team on the Outpost experience.
Posted in: Bali