Puerto Rico
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Top Coworking Spaces in Puerto Rico

15 USD /d
Piloto 151, San Juan

Piloto 151

0/5

Piloto 151 is the first coworking space in San Juan, Puerto Rico. As a leader and supporter of the local tech ecosystem, ... More

75 USD /d
CoSPAZIO, San Juan

CoSPAZIO

0/5

CoSPAZIO is a coworking space that is located in one of the best commercial buildings, El Caribe Building, in San Juan, P... More

50 USD /d
Spehce, San Juan

Spehce

0/5

We create high energy, business oriented and flexible office environments. Our model delivers the needs, desires, and pr... More

80 USD /d
Outsite Puerto Rico, Rincon

Outsite Puerto Rico

0/5

A dynamic culture, beautiful stretches of beach, lush rainforests and stunning sunny weather all await you on the island ... More

Recent reviews in Puerto Rico

The startup scene in Puerto Rico is in its infancy with not many IT jobs on the island and the majority of computer science graduates running to large foreign companies, creating a brain drain. For a young and hungry graduate, it is easy to move from Puerto Rico to the United States.

An unincorporated US territory, Puerto Rico floating in the Caribbean is awash in gushing waterfalls, verdant mountains and dense tropical rainforest. Internationally known for its white sandy beaches and expanses of coral reefs, its largest and capital city San Juan is a playground for those that like to stay up late cavorting around bars and casinos. Puerto Rico includes the smaller islands of Mona, Culebra and Viegues, with Spanish and English being the local lingo.

It has a population of 3,598,357 of which 78.8% are connected to the Internet, with 58.4% playing on Facebook. If "Startups of Puerto Rico" have their way the island will become a bridge to the US with digital professionals couch surfing their way around Puerto Rico in exchange for the US counterparts sharing their IT knowledge. Puerto Rico has seen a series of tech events held such as BarCamps and TEDxSanJuan held. The events brought numerous local techies out of their bolt-holes, confirming the belief that the digital community of Puerto Rico is not organized and the locals do not network or share with likeminded people within their own vicinities. Many believe that Puerto Rico has great advantages for startups, such as tax exemptions and easy access to the American market. The big disadvantage is the fact that despite having few incubators, there are no accelerators and there is a great need for structured seed funding to be available.

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