Find Coworking Space in Kauai

Check out 2 coworking spaces in Kauai

Top Coworking Spaces in Kauai and Nearby Check Out 2 Coworking Spaces in Kauai pic

Larger Coworking Operators in Kauai See coworking companies with multiple locations in Kauai

Picture of Kauai

About Kauai

An island in the Central Pacific that is a part of the Hawaiian archipelago, Kauai is nicknamed the "Garden Isle" due to its prolific tropical rainforest smothering its surface. The oldest and 4th largest of the main Hawaiian Islands, it's home to the Waimea Canyon State Park. With a resident population of 67,091, the island is inundated with tourist hordes wishing to swim its pristine waters or trek its Waimea Canyon and Nounou Trails that go over the Sleeping Giant Mountain ridgeline. Dramatic cliffs and pinnacles litter its Na Pali Coast and this stunning landscape has been the backdrop for numerous major Hollywood films. Once smothered in sugarcane plantations, today numerous fruit and crops are grown from guava to coffee, papaya to pineapple. Think of it as a fruit basket that is home to the U.S. Navy's Pacific Missile Range Facility. Coworking venues have opened up on the island to cater to its intrepid locals who have no wish to leave their own slice of paradise.

Hawaii is where you can have innovative meetings sitting under an umbrella on the beach or languidly sip your espresso in an outdoor cafe before doing some work. It's seen as a "startup paradise" in the Asia Pacific region. Tourism is the main industry but there are plenty of hyped up startup founders who are lingering around the streets in a pair of boardshorts or bikinis. Being touted as the "Startup Beachside" destination, the locals refer to the U.S. as the "mainland". As everything has to be imported, it's not a cheap destination and is actually one of the most expensive places in the world to live. The "mainland" is home to Silicon Valley and does offer much more in the way of resources for startups, but to many, Hawaii is where the locals feel that they can give back to their home by staying on their own turf.

Hawaii's ecosystem may be small, but it is distinctive with its own unique problems that its out-of-the-box locals are intent on solving. Coworking venues have become the space to head to for support, motivation and where you can get some work done before hitting the shore breaks.