Finding someplace suitable to work can be hard if you’re starting out as a freelancer, particularly if you’ve just moved to a new city or a new country. Luckily, in Belgium, many excellent co-working spaces are offering a comprehensive range of services and packages for startups, small enterprises and entrepreneurs. With the help of Dealroom, here’s a compiled list of the best coworking spaces in the main cities of Belgium including Brussels, Antwerp and more.
Pioneered coworking space in Brussels and Belgium, Betacowork was founded in 2010. The Beracowork aims to help connect and support our members, to improve their lives and help them grow personally and professionally. It offers shared workspace and monthly facilitated networking events to professionals and entrepreneurs based in the city as well.
The Library Group (Brussels)
Founded in 2013, The Library offers you the conveniences of a flexible office in surroundings that are so very different from cubicle life. The members of The Library will also have the option to enjoy a relaxing lounge with newspapers and magazines, a Mad Men-era, private bar, a terraced meeting room, gastronomic treats and bi-weekly networking cocktails. Each membership and its pricing will be based on the individual member’s specific needs with regard to office hours and space.
Transforma bxl (Brussels)
transforma bxl is a coworking and innovation space hosting a community of entrepreneurs, innovators and creatives. This community want to help people drive their projects forward. Furthermore, they provide guidance and facilitate meaningful encounters with the people you should meet. They provide a platform for work, enable you to meet interesting people and learn about new ideas.
Factory Forty (Brussels)
It is one of the ideal places for those who, like us, find sharing their time and experience with people from all different backgrounds to be stimulating. It has a spacious desk, a sunny garden and a ping pong table.
Coworking Namur (Namur)
The Coworking Namur is ideally located for meetings, events, meetings and work at the crossroads of all major axes of Wallonia. It has a space that includes a meeting room for 8 to 10 people and 10 to 14 people, a training room for up to 30 participants and an event room for up to 80 people. The Coworking Namur is next to the Namur station and provides access to all modes of transport: bike, shared bicycles, parking shed at the entrance from the city, bus, train, car-sharing on demand, shared cars and much more.
Are you looking for a flex desk, private office or co-working space? Located at the Corporate Village in Zaventem next to the highway and easily accessible by shuttle from Brussels Airport. Members can also take advantage of the training sessions, exclusive meetings, monthly events with high-level industry people and much more. Notably, Workero has a community of 19 coworking locations all over Belgium.
Co-working space here acts as a hub for entrepreneurs and flex workers who wants to come together in an inspiring place. It has 4 multifunctional halls, flexible workplaces, state of the art facilities and free parking space as well. In here, you can also make use of a supportive range of services, ranging from administrative support to web design and business development advice.
HIVE5 is all about coworking space(s) for starters and entrepreneurs seeking flexible workspace in the heart of Brussels, for a reasonable budget. The community aims to build a vibrant community of freelancers, entrepreneurs, startups and SMEs. Inside they have open spaces, private offices, meeting rooms and a laidback working corners to get inspiration flowing.
In this coworking space, members can make use of a variety of amenities including printer and scanners, fully equipped kitchen, chill zone, after work drinks, nap room and much more. This coworking space in Liege or Brussels is available for a day or for a year, for a meeting room or an event space.
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