1 Coworking Spaces in Heerlen

Regus - Heerlen, Lindestaete in Heerlen

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About Heerlen

Sitting in the southeast of the Netherlands, Heerlen is the 3rd largest settlement in Limburg province forming part of the city-region of Parkstad Limburg that encompasses 8 municipalities and has about 250,000 inhabitants mooching around its streets. Once the centre of the mine coaling industry, it was during the 20th Century that the city, as its known today, was created by Frits Peutz, an architect. His famous building "Glaspaleis" (Glass Palace) is the focal point of the heart of the city and one of the world's thousand most architecturally important buildings of the 20th Century. Heerlen in fact has several landmark buildings worth poking your nose around from 12th Century churches to a former prison tower and a neoclassical chapel. This city of marvelous buildings is now home to coworking venues for its creative locals who have no desire to leave their home-turf.

It's jokingly said that Heerlen is home to the biggest (Open University of the Netherlands) and the smallest (University of Theology and Pastorate) universities of the Netherlands. There are quite a few in between these 2, which gives the town plenty of students to cater for. Heerlen per se may not be a world-changing tech hub, but the city of Amsterdam is flying the startup hub flag for the Netherlands, as it was named the best European Tech City to work in by a recent tech study. There are actually 578 international ICT companies with offices in Amsterdam and many of them are always on the lookout for talented people. Markets vary from cryptocurrency to online food ordering services. Another benefit is the fact that nearly everyone speaks English, so there is definitely no language barrier to get over and blending in is easy. Amsterdam is becoming a hotbed for scaleups and startups with many forward thinking and tech driven individuals creating dreams that are becoming reality.

The Netherlands offers support and resources for those wishing to work independently or to get a fledgling startup soaring. Coworking venues are one more step in the ecosystem that is creating space for out-of-the-box thinkers to get together in collaborative bliss in a city offering a low-cost of living and plenty of culture