Women-only co-working space opens its doors


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 17 Jan 2019

Yeoh (right) launching the HelloHERA Hub, Malaysia's first women co-workspace. With her is its founder Angie Chin.

KUALA LUMPUR: Women now have their own dedicated co-working space in Malaysia in a bid to promote safe and child-friendly workplaces for female workers.

Deputy Women, Family and Community Development minister Hannah Yeoh said the unique concept at HelloHERA Hub aims to create a safe working place for women, especially for mothers with young children.

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