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Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo unveils new age co-working space, ‘Co-nnect’


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Co-nnect, Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo’s stylish, new co-working space offers a versatile environment to meet, work and create. The exclusive spaces include private offices, meeting rooms, work pods and individual workstations, and is an inspired alternative to working in a traditional office setting.

The first of its kind, Co-nnect is ideal for the new-age, digitally connected corporate citizen for whom working on the move is an essential way of life in a fast paced culture. A relaxed vibe coupled with discreet service and technical know-how, provides guests the ease to conduct meetings and foster the highest levels of productivity. 

Creative professionals from design developers to architects will find Co-nnect the perfect place to brainstorm and nurture ideas, whilst start-ups and international companies entering Sri Lanka would benefit from this exclusive address, facilities and flexibility, to set up an office. Business gurus wanting to break routine or interviewers seeking privacy will also find this space fitting. Companies located outside Colombo now have the ideal spot to meet at Co-nnect, within the premises ofShangri-La Hotel, Colombo.

Each of the spaces within Co-nnect has been crafted for varying meeting requirements. The private offices are ideal for between one to four persons and are rented on a weekly or monthly basis, giving guests the benefit of an exclusive address at Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo. The four stylishly designed meeting rooms of varied sizes are ideal for most business discussions from budget reviews to brainstorming sessions. The meeting rooms come with the option of a 65 inch Smart Board or 100inch Interactive Board, to facilitate more immersive discussions.

Co-nnect also offers a choice of semi-private and open work pods that are perfect for creative thinking and more private one on ones. Individual work stations look out to the garden with natural daylight streaming in, and offer both comfort and convenience. All guests of Co-nnect have access to the lounge, café and outdoor seating where they can enjoy the fresh air and garden views.

Facilities at Co-nnect include high speed wireless internet access, premium audio and video conferencing, interactive boards and smart boards, laptop rental, wireless printing and photocopying services. A wireless paging system allows guests to request assistance from the comfort of their seat whilst the Tech Relief Officer, takes care of all technical needs letting guests focus on the all important meeting.

Co-nnect offers flexible packages that are designed with varying time and pricing levels to suit the spectrum of guest needs, and is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., daily. 

 


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