4 Spaces

Find a Coworking Space in Georgia

Top Coworking Spaces in Georgia

30 GEL /d
Vere Loft, Tbilisi

Vere Loft


Vere Loft is a co-working space - an innovative & creative office space, a new format of working venue & environment desi... More

Generator 9.8, Tbilisi

Generator 9.8


Generator 9.8 is the first non-profit Coworking Space & Social Bar in Georgia, based on volunteering and sharing economy ... More

25 GEL /d
Impact Hub Tbilisi, Tbilisi

Impact Hub Tbilisi


Welcome to Impact Hub Tbilisi: a space to work + a space to learn + a space to meet and connect. Impact Hub Tbilisi is a... More

20 GEL /d
UG Startup Factory, Tbilisi

UG Startup Factory


Startup Factory is open innovations based Startup Accelerator and Co-Working Space, which aims to develop innovations. ... More

Recent reviews in Georgia

I loved the interior design of this place - its a typical 'loft' as its name suggests. Also you can sit o... Show More
Maxim Mikhailov
This is the second coworking space in Tbilisi that I failed to get inside. The problem is the working hou... Show More
Maxim Mikhailov
Seems like the info here and the other sites (google maps etc.) are outdated, because their facebook page... Show More
Maxim Mikhailov
Co-working space is not about just a building. The management could do a better job at creating a warm, f... Show More
Imako Gogiashvili

A former Soviet Republic, Georgia sits where Europe and Asia collide. Home to the Caucasus Mountain and its rambling villages plus the stunning beaches of the Black Sea. Its famous icon is the 12th Century sprawling cave monastery, Vardzia and Kakheti, an ancient win-growing area. Georgia's capital, Tbilisi overflows with diverse architecture and cobblestone streets that meander around the old town. Sitting in Eurasia, it is bordered by Russia, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Armenia.

With a population of around the 3.75 million mark, Georgia's Internet penetration is 49%, though this is increasing as the government goes forward with its plans to ensure high-speed Internet access throughout the country by 2017. The use of networking social media sites has increased dramatically over the last few years and the government is setting up online services of government utilities for its citizens. There is a "but" here though, as not all the government institutions want to be included and there appears to be a lot of one-way interaction.

For the digital professional looking for somewhere to hook up, coworking spaces are beginning to appear, but there are cyber cafes dotted around the large cities. The price for connecting is high, there is quite often a slow connecting speed and outages are very common due to the inadequate infrastructure, so you will have to be patient. Quite a few restaurants, cafes and bars have the Internet where you can tap away on your own laptop, if the gaming crowd swamping the cyber cafes overwhelms you.

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