Berlin coworking alternatives

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Are you looking for a space in Berlin for your start-up or company where you and your employees can work flexibly? Of course, the first thing that comes to mind are the biggest and best-known chains such as WeWork or Unicorn. What many don't know, however, is that there are other types of flexible workspaces with pricing structures and packages that may be better tailored to your needs.

Overview of coworking chains

The Unicorn coworking spaces can be found in various major cities in Germany, most of which are located in Berlin. In addition to the possibility of booking single desks, you can also rent with your whole team and of course use meeting rooms. The price structure of this coworking chain is also fair and clear: There are contracts for single desks and team offices with a term of 1 month or more. For meeting rooms, the price applies on request.

The US company WeWork is the pioneer among coworking chains. As a WeWork member, you can book either monthly or annual subscriptions here. There are different work areas depending on the size of your team such as standard offices, office units or your own desks (for lone fighters).

Mindspace is a coworking chain that operates worldwide. Either you sign up for a membership or you get a Mindpass with which you can work a few days a month in selected spaces. You will find suitable jobs either for yourself or for your team or entire company.

The small coworking space from the neighborhood

But if you are looking for a family atmosphere, with personal support and direct contact with the owners, there are still many small ones Coworking spaces - beyond wework and unicorn:

KAOS , short for “Kreative Arbeitsgemeinschaft Oberschöneweide”, is a coworking community for designers, craftsmen, artists, startups, offices and events. You will find everything your (creative) heart desires here: Small, separate studios and studios, work areas in the large hall, professional workshops with all the associated machines, cozy desk spaces and a great terrace on the banks of the Spree.

The special coworking space Project Bay in Lietzow is Germany's first CoWorkingLiving Space by the sea. In the coworking space, freelancers, freelancers, self-employed people and start-ups are offered a fantastic and flexible workplace right on the water, with a great beach in front of the door and spectacular sunsets in the evening.

In the Neckar Hub In Tübingen you will find the opportunity to become productive with innovators, other teams or just for you on over 700 m2. The coworking space also has seminar rooms and the most important thing - a kitchen with coffee, water and beer.

in the MietWerk Potsdam main station you can meet, work and network with others above the rooftops of Potsdam between living room and office atmosphere. It has one more seat Coworking in the city with a view of the Nikolaikirche.

Best of all with coworking networks

Coworking networks offer you maximum freedom: You don't have to conclude long-term contracts and you don't just tie yourself to a single location. Each time you are free to decide where you want to work from and when. independesk, for example, is a coworking network that allows you to choose your workplace flexibly and spontaneously according to your needs.


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