Worldwide, the supply and demand for common-use co-working spaces have increased dramatically: In Germany, Berlin is at the forefront, and it is also out in front at a European level.
Co-working spaces are generally fully-equipped offices and working areas, which offer an opportunity to network within the “community”, alongside complete infrastructure with a range of services. They are used by individuals, startups and an increasing number of outsourced departments of established companies as their main place of work.
For the user, they represent a flexible and, depending on the deal, cost-effective alternative to conventional office spaces in self-contained rental units. Startups and larger companies are increasingly preferring co-working spaces over classic office spaces, as they offer straightforward opportunities for an exchange with other people, or to recruit new employees.
Berlin is the capital city of company founders. The range of well-equipped co-working spaces in a central location is very wide, and points to continued dynamic growth. Compared to other European cities, Berlin takes one of the top positions.
Co-working spaces in Berlin (selection)
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