In This Workspace, Swap Solitude for Support

A new global trend is emerging in the business world: “caring capitalism”, or the practice of actively guiding professionals to enrich society as a whole. Summed up by the phrase “all ships rise with the tide”, the philosophy is changing competition to cooperation, and in Amman, Zee Launch Pad is riding the crest of this wave.

The co-working space was inaugurated early last year–just in time for entrepreneurs and freelancers eager for a “support community” to launch their ideas. Their biggest advocate, Nidal Eses, decided to open the space to give them the ideal environment in which to thrive, offering an affordable subscription-based workplace as an alternative to the rising costs of renting and equipping offices.

Equipped with the highest-speed internet connection in the country, this colorful, smoke-free and eco-friendly haven also boasts meeting rooms, study halls, fun activities, and free coffee, tea and snacks. It also offers a range of events to support the start-up scene and free mentoring sessions for its members, emphasizing the importance of knowledge-sharing in the development of communities.

“Its whole purpose is creating a community that reinforces its members,” explains Eses.

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Lama Saleh

Freelance writer at Baraka bits. A dreamer wanting to have a positive footprint on society and bring joy to others. Success stories and inspiring people are my muses, optimism is my life choice. Interested in all things relating to social entrepreneurship, social development, social justice, peace, women's rights, child safety and development, art and illustration, health, education and psychology.

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