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Top Coworking Spaces in Estonia

15 EUR /d
Spring Hub, Tallinn

Spring Hub


During the COVID-19 pandemic we are closed for new members. For more info and future bookings contact [email protected] ... More

20 EUR /d
LIFT99, Tallinn



LIFT99 is a unique Co-working & Event space for startups and creative freelancers from Estonia and beyond, located in the... More

135 EUR /m
Baltic Cowork, Tallinn

Baltic Cowork


Our Tallinn office is a modern and brand new furnished shared office located near the Baltika Quarter and our neighbours ... More

15 EUR /d
Mobispace, Tartu



Mobispace is a super-cozy (hygge!) coworking office located in the center of Tartu, conveniently close to ... everything.... More

Recent Reviews of Shared Office Space in Estonia

Good and convenient environment suitable for enjoyable and productive work.
Jevgeni Menšenin
Это супер место. Старинное здание в три Этажа. Внутри есть... Show More
Alex Alex
Oussama Marine
It is the best place for productivity but also has a vibrant community of entrepreneurs
Mystery Coworker

A country sitting in Northern Europe facing the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland that includes over 1,500 islands, Estonia is dressed in rocky beaches, old forests, hilltop fortresses, castles and lakes. The preserved Old Town of Tallinn is the country's capital of this developed country with a high-income economy and one of the highest Internet penetration rates in the world.

With a "millennial" Prime Minister, Estonia runs its government like a digital startup and is being seen as a model for governments around the world. Estonia is small in size, very short in the modern history books and isolated, so it gave the country the freedom to rethink the notion of nationhood with no old habits to cling to. Gaining its independence under 30 years ago from the former Soviet Union, the Prime Minister has ensured that the government would become an incubator for pioneering digital citizenship, virtual business, education and security, creating a quick and agile government.

The government introduced the "e-Residency" program in a bid to kick-start its economy. It had to build an entire national IT infrastructure from scratch to do this. The program includes a national identification card with a public key encryption chip that can be used by residents as definitive identification. From being their public health card to signing in digital form on-line, paying taxes to banking transactions or even setting up a company on-line, this is their individual footprint. This in turn has allowed people to start Internet companies to set up their businesses in Estonia, but manage it from anywhere in the world with efficiency and convenience.

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