Ecosystem Singapore – Green Coworking Office Space for the Environment

February 18, 2013 by  
Filed under Asia, Business, Community, Featured, Recent, Singapore

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Ecosystem is a new collaborative and coworking space for the environment, and is a joint initiative between Green Future Solutions and Shft.

Ecosystem emulates the development of symbiotic relationships between organisations working in the environmental sector. It is a platform that allows organisations to have close and long-term interactions, generating larger network of people with common interests, more business opportunities and complementary expertise for each other.

Ecosystem space

The Ecosystem co-working office space near Bugis would be ready in March and we are looking for environmental startups, companies and organisations to join our community. We are offering an early bird rate for those who wish to sign up for a permanent table space and enjoy our services.

If you are looking for an office space for your green startup, check out and connect with us at or

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One Response to “Ecosystem Singapore – Green Coworking Office Space for the Environment”
  1. Sarah Varon says:

    Dear Eugene Tay,

    My name is Sarah Varon and I am a student in FIU’s School of Journalism & Mass Communication. I am currently taking a communication research course in which I work with my peers on a research project focused on environmental/green communication in the blogosphere.

    I would greatly appreciate your sharing with me and my classmates your opinions on various topics related to your blogging experience by filling out an online survey. In addition, we wish to learn about blog readers too, so I would ask you to kindly distribute the survey link to your automated mailing list and/or post it on your blog.

    The survey will take you no longer than 15 minutes to complete and you can access it through the link below:

    I really appreciate your cooperation and efforts and look forward to get your insights and ideas.

    Sarah Varon

    School of Journalism & Mass Communication
    Florida International University

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