The co-working scene in Stockholm is booming right now, and this will only continue to get bigger and better. There is now a variety of options with regards to sharing workspaces whether you are a freelancer, entrepreneur, or if you are looking for a quiet spot to play a round of games on NetBet Slots. They are all different, so your preference will ultimately decide which one is perfect for you.
Whether you are looking for a simple cafe with an internet connection or an elegant office space with extra perks such as balconies, I have put together some of the options you should consider.
This is one of the most modern co-working spaces that you will find in the entire city. Based one minute away from the T-Centralen, it is ideal for everyone to get to. There are also other spaces located around the city, but this is my personal preference. There are also options for lockable office and conference rooms if that is what you are looking for. The space is elegant and luxurious, with 24-hour access for members.
As you can imagine, there is a wide range of benefits for using this co-working space, after all, it is priced within the higher end of options. Their main aim is to help your business succeed, and this is achieved by their high-quality service, with full access to the concierge service, cafe, deli, restaurant, wellness facilities and wired and wireless internet all included within the membership and office packages. Membership prices start at 4,995 kr per month, while private offices start at 11,950 kr per month.
For me, the essential key in a successful co-working space is the accessibility to a cup of coffee. Cafe & Co delivers on that front, creating a living and creative atmosphere with great co-workers and Stockholm’s best coffee. This space promotes entrepreneurship and encourages visitors from all sectors to mingle and work together. It is indeed a fantastic place to meet new people; it is possibly the best place in the city to network with Cafe & Co full of likeminded people, hence its nickname as ‘the creative hub of Stockholm.’
There are 15 co-working seats, two meeting rooms and of course, a cafe. The prices are very much dependant on how long you are planning to use the space. Prices begin from one hour, which will cost you 50 kr. A full day at the cafe will cost you 300 kr, and a one-month membership costs 2,900 kr.
This specific co-working space is one of the few in Stockholm that has a requirement. You must be aiming to improve society as a small business or entrepreneur. If you meet these guidelines, then you can work in their workspaces, with conference rooms also available to book at a cost. Free coffee is always on hand to help you with your work. Another unique perk of Openlab is their training courses that are aimed at boosting your innovation skills.
Membership prices begin from 2,000 kr per month; this will also guarantee you 24-hour access. Fear not, if you aren’t sure whether you want to become a member you can work in the cafe for the afternoon for free as a trial.