Hubud is a legend – founded 2013 in Balis old capitol Ubud, it was part of the top ten co-working spaces world wide, award-winning many times. Why? As one of the first co-working spaces it was a blue-print and model how to do it right, the balance of the best on a highly professional level.
Community spirit, skill shares, meet-ups, inspiring talks, networking, great hospitality and close to nature, the founders knew perfectly what they wanted to go for and make it happen – in the early days of digital nomads shaping what are co-working spaces supposed to be at their best.
Its Bamboo architecture was inspired by Green School. I’m longing to have a work place like that – close to nature. Barefooted in an open space, meeting people from all over the world on a highly active vibe creating & sharing – paradise for me.
To be inspiring, it needs diversity. Not just business-focused people and coders, but also artists, designers, bloggers, NGO people, scientist, spiritual people and much more. I love to drop in this place and meet all this people hungry to create someting new, breaking out of traditional stereotypes.
Diversity needs also access for all: Ubud sticks to a fair price model which allows to join all members events for a low monthly basic membership price. Thanks for keeping it affordable!
Hubud also brought PetchaKutcha and FuckUp nights to Ubud, sharing inspiring life stories and was one of the pioneers in creating international cooperation of co-working spaces (Coworking Alliance for Asia Pacific, CAAP) and global learning community (see Hubud global learning).
Members lunch & social events boosts the networking.
Visit Hubud online: hubud.org