Mindspace expands across Europe in 2017

Mindspace expands across Europe in 2017

Published at: 2018-01-11 10:40 | Author: CIJEurope.com
Mindspace, the global provider of high-end co-working space, reported rapid growth across Europe in 2017. The company established many new locations, including the opening of its first Polish hub in Warsaw atop the city’s Hala Koszyki shopping center. Germany became the largest Mindspace market with eight sites spread across Berlin, Munich and Hamburg, and London also welcomed two new Mindspace locations. The company announced it would expand to the US in 2018 with locations in Washington, D.C., and San Francisco. “The office market is changing dynamically and co-working is at the forefront. What was once the solution for freelancers, entrepreneurs and early-stage startups, is now competing in the market for corporations and large companies who choose to place their innovative, project, and R&D teams away from company headquarters,” said Yotam Alroy, co-founder and chief business officer at Mindspace. ”World-leading brands like Microsoft, Siemens, Samsung, SAP, Booking.com, Barclays Bank, Lufthansa, Euronews, DB, ABSL and many more are among our customers at Mindspace.”

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