Fintech-focussed VC Life.SREDA’s co-working space is located in the iconic startup hub Block 79 and will be occupied by fintech startups
Singapore-based fintech VC firm Life.SREDA has announced the launch of its new co-working space at the heartland of innovation in Singapore–Block 79 Ayer Rajah Crescent.
The facility, which is free to use, will be occupied primarily by fintech startups.
With 3,200 square foot of space, it will house a fintech library with books curated by the VC, a cafe that serves your favourite latte or long back (sources say a piping hot barista may come in sometimes ) and, check this, an art gallery with rotating exhibits!
According to an official press release, this gallery will feature art pieces by renowned international artists; a great way to inspire entrepreneurs to think out-of-the-box.
In addition to these features, Life.SREDA plans to hold regular courses, talks and mentorship sessions for entrepreneurs.
“The idea of Life.SREDA’s brand new space is to contribute to the development of the fintech industry in Singapore, accelerate sharing of knowledge, experience and ideas between different participants of the local fintech ecosystem,” said Life.SREDA’s Investment Director, Igor Pesin, in an official press statement
“Our main goal is not only to be financial investors, but to be evangelists of fintech and to promote this exciting industry among the local entrepreneurship scene,” he added.
Launched in 2013, Life.SREDA was previously based in Moscow. It shifted its headquarters to Singapore in 2015.
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