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" the coolest thing to come out of Lebanon "
I have driven by antwork many times and was always curious to find out what it is, when I finally came to see it, I was so pleasantly surprised by this discovery. The interior design of the place automatically makes you want to spend your whole day here. The buzz of people's conversations triggers something that makes you want to run to your laptop and do something productive. It also pushes you to network with the people around you even if that is not necessarily in your nature to do so. It has everything anyone in any industry would be looking for!
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Start up a conversation with the person sitting next to you if you no not know them already!
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"Great place to work and meet people"
Antwork is a well thought-out co-working space, beautifully designed to allow you the time you need to work individually but also opportunities to meet others doing interesting work. It is a great place to be efficient and get your juices flowing. It has good lighting and all kinds of office amenities you need as well as spaces for different types of work like a kitchen. There also are options for different budgets which is helpful for different stages of your growth and development as a business. You can rent an office or even just a desk. I highly recommend Antwork.
"definitely the best space in beirut"
The environment is very productive and the people are friendly. My favorite part is having the outside area for quick little breaks. It's pretty simple to book a private room for calls and what not. The app and website are very well though out obviously. So far, every time I've gone there, it was very hassle free and I was able to quickly get started working. All my experiences have been quite productive as well. It's nice that there's also the concept of community around the work space and I'd love to attend the events when I'm back in Beirut.