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Top Coworking Spaces in Algeria

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The Address Coworking Space, Algiers

The Address Coworking Space


THE ADDRESS is an exciting coworking space that will transform the way we work, connect, collaborate, and create value. T... More

1200 DZD /d
Sylabs, Algiers



A unique coworking venue offering support services for creative souls, it also has its own "hackerspace" created in partn... More

1200 DZD /d
Capcowork, Hydra



2 big open space with 50 seats - 4 shared offices - 8 private offices - Adress/Domiciliation services - 2 fully equiped M... More

800 DZD /d
Firstep Coworking Space, Blida

Firstep Coworking Space


FirStep Coworking Space is a space where you can put your laptop for an hour, a day, a month, enjoy the wi-fi ... and mee... More

Recent Reviews of Shared Office Space in Algeria

Very nice workspace where I met great people. If I come back to work in Algeria, I will still work in thi... Show More
Soulimane Lasri
Nice space, great location and genuine spirit
Mystery Coworker

The gateway to Africa with Europe on their doorstep, Algeria is still a safer place despite its recent terrorist attacks, than its neighbors. Its blank market slate may be a blessing in disguise for this former oil-reliant dependent country where necessity may just be the mother of invention for the locals who wish to become prosperous in a global market - there is a general feeling that democracy can wait for the time being.

This is a country where companies are not allowed to take on foreign debt; hence startup ventures rely on personal savings, family money or the few government programs that are available to budding entrepreneurs. There are no venture capitalists or winged business angels like the wealthy souls of Silicon Valley, Silicon Alley and Silicon Roundabout. It seems to be a case of the few startup founders that have muddled their way through the complex maze of setting up their companies coaching and very much coaxing the budding newbies to the scene.

With only 16.5% of Algerians connected to the Internet, there are unique startup problems in Algeria where the cry is for high speed Internet for everyone, a boost to e-payment, funding for startups and support for the development of a tech culture in the country. The potential is there and the government has started taking notice by setting up the program ANSEJ (funding for companies employing more than 3 people). The government does regulate, control and monitor Internet content.
The number of Internet cafes has jumped from 100 to more than 2000 over the last years.

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