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Berlin

73 workplaces | 9 meeting facilities

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in Berlin using ShareDesk

Book a desk to work in a business center or coworking space
by the hour, day, or extended period.

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Flexible work
in Berlin

Berlin is recognized as a global hub for coworking and as Europe’s tech capital. The city’s coworking movement started in 2005 with the opening of St. Oberholz, one of the city’s first cafes that welcomed coworkers. The café sparked a new wave of flexible workspaces and serviced offices, which catered primarily towards the city’s thriving creative sectors. Today, as the city’s vacancy rates continue drop, companies look to flexible wokspaces such as Betahaus and Welance, to support their flexible workplace strategies.

Berlin office rates

Berlin welcomes all types professionals, especially the creative visionaries, and has a range of workplaces to suite different needs and budgets.

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Hour Day Month

Desks

ShareDesk price index for daily, hourly, and monthly
Hot Desks and Dedicated Desks

12
EUR
.00
1 EUR
30 EUR
149
EUR
.00
75 EUR
275 EUR

Dedicated Desks

13
EUR
.00
9 EUR
16 EUR
23
EUR
.00
12 EUR
38 EUR
203
EUR
.00
119 EUR
360 EUR

Conference Room

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23
EUR
.00
14 EUR
40 EUR
99
EUR
.00
10 EUR
179 EUR

Meeting Space

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24
EUR
.00
14 EUR
50 EUR
97
EUR
.00
10 EUR
279 EUR
300
EUR
.00
300 EUR
300 EUR

Event Space

Host presentation and training events in venues that offer flexible pricing

50
EUR
.00
50 EUR
50 EUR

Private Office

Rent temporary private office space that fits your budget

574
EUR
.00
450 EUR
700 EUR

About Berlin

Berlin is the capital of Germany, a global city of culture, media, and politics. It’s known for attracting all types of young, hip professionals, especially the creative types such as tech entrepreneurs, artists and designers. The city’s professionals experience a relatively low cost of living with cheap residential rates although that is gradually shifting as interest in inner city higher-end apartments grow. Overall, the Berlin’s workforce is known to be open-minded and motivated to try new things, fostering a perfect environment for ideas to be developed and exchanged.

Work in Berlin

Berlin’s workforce is primarily in the service and high-tech sectors, with well-know tech companies such as Twitter recently opening offices in the city. It is known as the “Silicon Valley” of Europe, with over 37,000 companies in the tech, media and creative industries generating an annual turnover of €26 billion. One of the city’s many growing industries is clean tech, a sector in which employs more than anywhere else in Germany. With a well-established coworking movement, the city is bound to continue to be on the forefront of the flexible working trend.

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