Co-Working Space

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Participants: Employees of all levels


In addition to the many co-working spaces in urban areas, there is also an increasing number of offerings in more rural areas. Companies with unused office space can make it available as a co-working space. By deliberately renting out external workplaces, they can adapt their premises to the needs of their employees. An exciting form of co-working for parents of young children is the combination of co-working spaces with childcare in the same building. Such solutions enable focused work with short commuting distances and more contact opportunities at the same time.


Many innovative startups have their roots in co-working spaces, and with good reason. The unique people who meet in these co-working spaces and share their ideas create a dynamic and inspiring environment.

Working in a co-working space positively affects the compatibility of different areas of life by offering employees a structured workplace close to their home or childcare facilities. Cutting down on transport costs also favors a careful use of resources as well as a sustainable lifestyle.

By providing their own office space, companies can reduce costs, foster knowledge synergies and create a culture of diversity within the organization. The external networking that goes hand in hand with co-working can positively impact an employer’s image and help the recruitment of various talents through personal contacts.

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