Good News, Ladies! Dubai Gets Its First Women-Oriented Co-Working Space And It Is Gorgeous!

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by Deeplata Garde 101

Dubai has always made privacy an important matter when it comes to women in the city. We couldn’t get enough of the women-only parks, beaches and clubs until Dubai planned to surprise us with one more amazing space. The Emirate has curated a ladies-only co-working space in the city for like-minded women to get along and grow. Could we ask for more? Let’s check out the deets!

Dubai Get’s Its First Female-Focused Co-working Space

Emirates Gold & Diamond park is supposed to get Dubai’s bright and airy co-working facility. The setup will allow women leaders in from 10th January 2023. The idea was the brainchild of 2 Dubai-born sisters, Nikita and Rhea Patel. They wanted to create a supportive space for working women in the Emirates. The curated space provides the warmth of home and ergonomic vibes altogether.

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What To Expect At The Bureau?

Host your conference, or meetings or just come to get the work from office feels at the Bureau in Dubai. The ladies-only co-working space has light interiors which give an airy atmosphere. You have access to a podcast studio, a phone booth, private rooms and meeting spaces.

The Owners went a step further and included at this one-stop store a gym called NA, a vanity area with showers, and even a space for nursing mothers. Feeling hungry and didn’t get anything to eat? Nobody goes out hungry in this co-working space. The on-site Jones The Grocer allows you to stock up on coffee, snacks, and healthy meals.

The Bureau develops a sense of community among the working women in Dubai. There would be a  variety of activities and mentoring initiatives held to guide the women. The topics would range from financial empowerment to the physical and mental health of women, and a series of taboo talks.

Select from the available social memberships. It can range from monthly and yearly memberships, short- and long-term leases of private offices, student programmes, and membership fees.  All women have the choice of purchasing a day pass, which costs Dhs120, a co-working subscription, which costs Dhs950, or a private office rental, which costs Dhs3,000.

Sounds interesting already isn’t it? Book your own space to work from a WFH location minus the chaos.

Cover Image Courtesy: The Bureau