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Afghanistan
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Top Coworking Spaces in Afghanistan

175 USD /m
Daftar, Kabul

Daftar

5/5

DAFTAR – a co-working space is established by Afghanistan Center for Excellence (ACE). DAFTAR provides start-ups, ent... More

15 USD /d
The Hub, Kabul

The Hub

5/5

The Hub is a corporate co-working space with standard Afghan handmade wooden infrastructure, located in central part of K... More

7 USD /d
Smart Business Center, Kabul

Smart Business Center

5/5

Located in the heart of the city at Haji Yaqoob Square, Shahre Naw, SBC is one of Kabul’s biggest co-working spaces, co... More

Recent reviews in Afghanistan

Its really a professional place for businesses and young entrepreneur who seek a well professionally work... Show More
Ahmad Adil
The Hub is a co-working space with best facilities in town. Where you can find co-working, co-office, mee... Show More
Shakib Mohsanyar
I have had a visit of SBC, and found the area a very nice a professional co-working space, the facilities... Show More
Habib Reshad
A new initiative, which will support the small businesses and individuals to establish their working spac... Show More
Abdulhaq Rauf

For far too long Afghanistan has been associated in the western mind with terrorism, extreme poverty and the mecca of heroin production. But there is an undercurrent buzzing of thirsty young entrepreneurs attempting to connect on an international network level of knowledge sharing, resources and partnerships.

With unprecedented levels of access to broadband/fiber optic Internet, mobile technology and social media happening, the sky is the limit for growth. Not just in the western sense of bags of money on the payoff day when the startup company becomes unstoppable, but in the growth of bringing young people out of poverty into the modern business digital world where areas such as health and education can have an impact and change Afghanistan’s' future and economy. The flipside and the current situation, is one of the young fleeing the country because of soaring unemployment and the vulnerability to insurgent groups such as the Taliban.

Afghanistan only opened its very first coworking space early in 2016 and there is a small but a growing group of startup ecosystems happening with plenty of interest from the young educated Afghan community to become a part of the worldwide picture.

With the prospect of a $2 billion investment in high-speed optical fiber and groups such as Founder Institute, Startup Grind and the government backed "Ibtikar", the future of entrepreneurship in Afghanistan is looking bright.

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