WeWork has made a name for itself in the coworking world with its huge network of spaces all over the globe. Now, it joins the ranks of other privately-held companies, such as Lyft and Pinterest, that have a valuation of at least $10 billion who have recently filed to go public.
Despite its massive reach worldwide, WeWork still faces some stiff competition from European operators that offer professionals alternatives to the decacorn’s workspaces.
Building Business in Amsterdam provides a well-equipped workspace in one of the biggest startups atmospheres in Europe. Members gain access to events, coffee shops, a living space, and more.
Another Amsterdam-based coworking and coliving solution comes from Rent24, which offers flexible workspaces, conference rooms, and numerous networking opportunities.
Hubble in London is an online platform that allows tenants and office providers an easy way to rent office space, particularly focusing on coworking and private serviced offices.
Projects in Berlin is a coliving space for young professionals who are looking for flexible living solutions, while also offering a sense of lifestyle and community.
Techspace property group is based out of London and, you guessed it, provides technology teams with the amenities they need to grow and scale.