Co-working Space in Port Harcourt

Choose from over 5 locations in Port Harcourt.

A Regus co-working space is ideal for those requiring maximum flexibility.

Our hot desking solutions in Port Harcourt are designed for agile working, allowing you to choose between a reserved or unreserved workspace, depending on your needs. A great option for freelancers, start-ups or SMEs, Regus co-working space in Port Harcourt helps you to maximise productivity.

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A prestigious island suburb directly south of central Lagos, Victoria Island hosts the gleaming offices of the city's leading businesses.

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Notable for its substantial manufacturing sector, Trans Amadi's neighbourhood has benefited from a swathe of new residential developments.

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The commercial heart of Abuja, the Central Business District is also home to many administrative, diplomatic and academic institutions.

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About co-working space in Port Harcourt

When looking for coworking space in Port Harcourt, do not overlook the wide array of possibilities on-hand with Regus which provide you with the options you need to meet a variety of professional requirements. The coworking approach facilitated through a shared office is ideal for entrepreneurs, freelancers, creative professionals and more. Our shared office spaces provide an economic way to procure business grade facilities, all the while facilitating a working environment brimming with networking and collaborative opportunities. In most locations, you also have the ability to secure a dedicated desk, while hot desking offers you an even more budget-friendly workspace option, especially convenient when you do not need to be in the office daily.

As the largest city in the south-east region of the country, Port Harcourt is home to nearly two million inhabitants. This Niger Delta hub is well-connected to local and regional destinations, while the A3 motorway connects the city north towards Abuja and the A231 west towards Lagos. Furthermore, Port Harcourt International Airport links the region to both national and international destinations. The city is the centre for much of the oil and petroleum industry in the country, with major firms in the industry, such as Royal Dutch Shell and Chevron, basing their work here. Other main employers in the vicinity include Aiteo Groups, Saipem, Grafton Entertainment and the Port Harcourt Refining Company.

What’s available

Unreserved co-working (hot-desking)

Unreserved co-working (hot-desking)

Desk space whenever you need on a first come, first served basis.

Reserved co-working (permanent desk)

Reserved co-working (permanent desk)

Your own dedicated desk, with all the benefits of a full-time office in a shared office space.