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Top Coworking Spaces in Poland

40 PLN /d
Coworkingness, Poznan



Fully integrated and uniquely inspiring, Coworkingness is a collective coworking space in Poznań, Poland. Desks are a g... More

1400 PLN /m
Explorer HQ - Warsaw, Warsaw

Explorer HQ - Warsaw


Explorer HQ is not only a cool place to be and a great work environment. Our actual goal is to help IT companies by suppo... More

Sienkiewicza 1/1, Bialystok

Sienkiewicza 1/1


Explorer HQ is not only a cool place to be and a great work environment. Our actual goal is to help IT companies by suppo... More

50 PLN /d
Cluster Cowork, Krakow

Cluster Cowork


Busy as a bee might be an idiom but at Cluster, you’ll be sure to be buzzing with productivity. You’ll be kept busy b... More

Recent Reviews of Shared Office Space in Poland

Nice working environment, great internet speeds and a really nice community of other members. Internet ... Show More
Stephan Prockow
A great place to work effectively. The warm and homely atmosphere of the interior is preserved, where ev... Show More
Filip Szczepańczyk
I've been there only a few times but here's what I like: * it's located in the quiet part of the old ci... Show More
Ula Głowacka
I really enjoy working in the office. Although I can also work from home I like to go there at least a fe... Show More
Agnieszka Matuszczak

Poland is on track to becoming a powerhouse in the digital world with its rising tally of success stories, a well-developed startup infrastructure in place and the Google Campus sitting in its capital of Warsaw.

A country in Eastern Europe with its feet in the Baltic Sea and the soaring mountain ranges of Sudetes and the Carpathians, it is known for its distinct Jewish heritage and medieval architecture. Bordered by Slovakia, Germany, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania and the Czech Republic, it is the 9th largest country in Europe. There is an abundance of UNESCO World Heritage sites to explore amidst its rich cultural wealth. Poland is a democratic country with a high-income economy that is considered to be one of the safest countries in the world to live in.

With a population of 38,005,614, 67.5% are connected to the Internet, with 36.8% playing on Facebook. In the digital startup sector 39% were software development enterprises and over half of Polish startups are exporting abroad to the US and the UK. A massive 60% of its digital entrepreneurs bootstrapped their startups and they were profitable from the very beginning. Poland is tech innovation and talent rich, with a shift happening from startup to scaling up, if they can attract the appropriate growth funding. Poland may be coming up behind the big boys of Berlin, London and Lisbon, but it is rapidly closing the gap.

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