Brain Embassy and OneSpace Dubai signed a mutual agreement for the members of the workspace in Israel and Dubai.
Oren Gozlan, Brain Embassy Israel country manager: “The peace agreement triggered strong interest among Brain Embassy’s members to cooperate with UAE, in particular on behalf of startups looking for foreign investments. The collaboration with OneSpace will provide our members with the utmost convenience and assurance during business meetings in Dubai. The decision to collaborate was taken after both parties have examined the quality, comfort, amenities, and location of the workspaces in each country.”
Brain Embassy, the workspaces chain owned by Adgar Investments and Development, recently entered a collaboration agreement with OneSpace, a workspace chain from Dubai.
Under the agreement, the members of both chains will have access to the workspaces and meeting rooms in either Israel or Dubai. Additional membership benefits will include hotel discounts and other offers to facilitate professional work and lower the visit costs. Brain Embassy has entered a discount agreement with Crowne Plaza in Israel, whereas members visiting Dubai will be able to stay at Mariott Hotels and Premier Inn.
Matt Hewitt, CEO of OneSpace, told Calcalist, “The peace agreement with Israel, with its reputation for being the Startup Nation, has aroused a great deal of interest in the business community of Dubai, for business collaborations and potential investments in Israeli companies. I believe the collaboration with Brain Embassy will help promote and facilitate the joint work for the interested parties.”
OneSpace, which is headed by Matt Hewitt, is considered as the leader in Dubai's collaborative workspaces sector. Founded in 2019, it currently manages over 2,000 square meters in 56 offices and 55 workstations.
Brain Embassy was founded in 2016 in Poland to expand the space leasing offering of Adgar income real estate Company. With a vision to evolve according to the changing customer needs, Brain Embassy currently manages over 20,000 square meters in Poland, Belgium, and Israel.
Adgar Investments and Development, run by CEO Roy Gadish, is the real estate investment arm of Zur Shamir. It focuses on income real estate including purchase, development, and betterment of properties. Adgar’s operations are located in Israel, Canada (Toronto), Poland (Warsaw), and Belgium. With a real estate portfolio spanning 370 thousand square meters and worth ILS 4 billion, Adgar initiates projects involving the betterment of existing properties and construction of new office spaces for leasing.