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Regus - St Julian's, Dragonara St.Julian's, Malta

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Regus - St Julian's, Swieqi Junction St.Julian's, Malta

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€189 / pp / week

Regus Swieqi Junction St.Julian's, Malta

   
€189 / pp / week

Regus Dragonara St.Julian's, Malta

   

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About St.Julian's

A seaside town in Malta, St Julian's is near to the country's capital of Valletta and was named after its patron saint, "Julian the Hospitaller". The hub of the city "Paceville" is littered with hotels, restaurants and nightclubs. Smothered in bronzed tourists during the summer months swelling its resident population of 10,232, St Julian's has awesome beaches such as Balluta Bay with its seaside promenade and terraced restaurants plus Spinola Bay, where traditional fishing boats float in colorful array. You can meander around a baroque mansion "Spinola Palace" or head to Portomaso Bay where you will find a plethora of chic boutiques and luxurious white boats bobbing in the marina. The old parish church from 1601 is where you can pop in to say a quick prayer for some heavenly help with your startup on the way to your coworking venue.

Malta is said to be a "startup heaven", as its central position in the Mediterranean makes it a strategic hub of Europe and a possible relocation destination for United Kingdom startups looking for stability and a secure point of entry into the European market. The country has a sunny climate, a business friendly environment and most people speak English. Its government is aiding startups by offering incentives and it has only taken a few years for Malta to develop an efficient digital startup ecosystem. It was in 2016 that "Silicon Valletta" was formed as a non-profit organization hoping to generate an organized local network for the Maltese digital sector plus to help and counsel startups so that they can grow more successfully.

Coworking venues in Malta are giving its inventive souls the place to gather en masse to share skills, ideas and somewhere to shed the odd tear or two out of frustration.

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