In a drastically changing work culture, the co-working industry is revolutionizing making it extremely easy for business-people today to find an office space. As an alternative to the traditional single company offices, co-working spaces provide cosy environments for getting work done with flexible working hours, virtual meetings and opportunities for networking.
Rounded up below are 8 of the best co-working spaces in the Denmark, taking into account aesthetics, wifi capabilities, location, and communities.
Rainmaking Loft is a co-working space set up by Rainmaking, one of Europe’s leading players within entrepreneurship. Founded by Oli Johnson in 2013, this is the biggest Nordic hub for tech startups. On top, it has a cool barista cafe and tasty lunch options as well. Rainmaking occupies 3000 square meters in a former naval building by Copenhagen’s waterfront. The residents at our co-working space have ample room for work and play. They are connected to an international community as well.
Republikken is a creative co-working space for freelancers and small businesses. Back in 2005, Republikken as one of Copenhagen’s first coworking spaces. It offers a wide range of opportunities for entrepreneurs, businesses and creative souls. In addition to the coworking space, which consists of two open office areas with shared and fixed desks, they also provide private offices, a drop-in work café, a laser cutter workshop and meeting rooms in the centre of Copenhagen.
Founders House is the first tech coworking space in Denmark and has become the leading independent initiative for Danish startups. It’s on a mission to establish a creative environment for founders, startups, established companies and freelancers. In addition to coffee and desk, you also get fast internet and good coffee. Founders House is centered in Copenhagen Startup Village.
Nomad workspace offers 2,000 sqm. of professional workspace in a combination of private and open office space areas, work lounge, café, common community areas, meeting facilities and event space. Moreover, it has more than 10 fully equipped and serviced meeting rooms, with capacity from 2-50 people.
DARE2mansionDARE2mansion is an entrepreneurial ecosystem that provides a new model for incubation and coworking for startups. Founded by Laila Pawlak in 2008, they assist clients in planning strategy workshops, conferences, and keynotes. To support the growth of early-stage entrepreneurs and support corporate innovation, the platform has created thinkubator – a corporate-funded accelerator program that doesn’t take equity from the startups but learns from the brainpower of the entrepreneurs instead.
This co-working platform is focused on creating a strong foundation from which entrepreneurs can grow and succeed. Duop offers private office space with 13 adjustable tables and a group work room ideal for conferences and meetings. In addition to it, they also have Computer-controlled machines, traditional stationary machines and traditional hand-held machines are available for use.
The Rabbit hole
Yet another interesting co-working space that provides a fresh coworking experience to those who have just started or sought for a change. This place can host up to 25 people and get transformed into a venue at times for workshops, lectures, and other things.
SOHO offers flexible solutions to help you create your life’s work that matches your specific requirements. This place offers numerous offices of all shapes and sizes. Users can also benefit from high-speed internet, printer, massage, lunch, and much more.
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