Work, play, learn, network and more in Hong Kong's first lifestyle space KafnuBusiness | Apr 18, 2018 12:37
Hong Kong now has a blended lifestyle space. Kafnu, which is located in the 5-star Kerry Hotel, brings nonstop opportunities to entrepreneurs and creative minds. With a primary focus on the development of human potential and achievement, the unique space provides all the tools, facilities and services needed to accomplish personal objectives.
Named after the Himalayan base camp, Kafnu challenges the ordinary with its connection with nature and creativity, featuring three aquascape installations of biophilic and feng shui led designs by award-winning Hong Kong Aquascape artist Dave Chow. Kafnu blends the elements of live, work, learn, play and rest in its spaces to further support creative development and self-expression, whether in the artistic, technology, media or business field.
With cutting edge technology throughout the space, Kafnu also provides professional support, mentorship and guidance to its members whenever needed. This, coupled with a stunning Victoria Harbour view and its convenient location – a mere 5-minute walk from the MTR and 15 minutes to Hong Kong Island by ferry – makes it a top choice for its intended target groups.
Kafnu’s community managers have great diversity in background. Ben Ng is the youngest professional beer judge of the national level (tasting score) in Hong Kong, while Michelle Lui is a tech-savvy entrepreneur experienced in building start-ups. "With my past experience as an entrepreneur, I am eager to share my expertise and knowledge with members who wish to create their own startup”, says Michelle.
Kafnu offers an exciting range of membership benefits, including access to a 5-star hotel gym and infinity pool, communal play spaces, complimentary happy hour and consultation with professional services partners, as well as discounts with Kafnu partners.
Kafnu is now rapidly expanding across Asia-Pacific, including Australia, India, Vietnam, and Sri Lanka in addition to its existing Hong Kong and Taipei spaces.