Co-working

BEST COWORKING SPACES IN BERN

5 BEST COWORKING SPACES IN BERN

Switzerland’s largest industrial region, the Canton of Bern, has become a high technology hub driven by innovation. While highly specialized small- and medium-sized enterprises are the backbone of the economy, many multinationals and Japanese companies have successfully established a presence in Bern. With a tradition of mechanical, electrical and precision engineering, many Bern-based companies have […]

5 BEST COWORKING SPACES IN MADRID

5 BEST COWORKING SPACES IN MADRID

Madrid concentrates on activities directly connected with power (central and regional government, headquarters of Spanish companies, regional HQ of multinationals, financial institutions) and with knowledge and technological innovation (research centres and universities). It is one of Europe’s largest financial centres and the largest in Spain. The city has 17 universities and over 30 research centres. […]

BEST COWORKING SPACES IN STOCKHOLM

7 BEST COWORKING SPACES IN STOCKHOLM

Stockholm is the cultural, media, political, and economic centre of Sweden. It is an important global city and the main centre for corporate headquarters in the Nordic region. The city is home to some of Europe’s top ranking universities, such as the Stockholm School of Economics, Karolinska Institute and Royal Institute of Technology (KTH).   […]

Best Coworking Spaces in Brussels

7 BEST COWORKING SPACES IN BRUSSELS

There are approximately 50,000 businesses in Brussels, of which around 2,200 are foreign. This number is constantly increasing and can well explain the role of Brussels in Europe. The city’s infrastructure is very favourable in terms of starting up a new business. House prices have also increased in recent years, especially with the increase of […]

7 BEST COWORKING SPACES IN PARIS

The economy of the City of Paris is based largely on services and commerce; of the 390,480 enterprises in the city, 80.6 percent are engaged in commerce, transportation, and diverse services, 6.5 percent in construction, and just 3.8 percent in industry. The largest sectors of activity in the central business district were finance and insurance. […]