New coworking spaces are popping up quickly in the Helsinki area. In addition to workspace for permanent and sporadic needs, they offer a variety of services from coffee and printing to business support for startups. In the core of this new way of working, however, is a sense of community.
Some coworking spaces cater to a sporadic need, renting workspace on an hourly or daily base. Some spaces are entirely free of charge. Others provide working space on a monthly rate, which depends on whether the user needs a fixed workstation or is happy to work in a shared space without a designated desk.
At NewCo Helsinki you can find a coworking space, office spaces, meeting rooms and free business advisory under one roof.
Maria 01 is a community and space. At Maria 01 you are at the heart of the Nordic startup and tech scene. Located on a historical hospital campus in central Helsinki Maria 01 is home to over 80 startups and they are just getting started.
Microsoft Flux is a community space for startups, offering access to technology, business and tech support, and networking events. Flux is open to anyone, but companies can also apply to become in-house startups.
Weplus Helsinki offers both open and private spaces, spacious meeting rooms and an event area. Weplus has great connections to China.
Techcode is a global platform and has 30 incubators in 7 countries around the world. Techcode Finland incubator and co-working space is centrally located in Ruoholahti.
Mothership of Work is a large coworking space with comprehensive office services, including IT support, reception services and events. Working space can be rented on a daily or monthly basis.
HUB13 offers flexible space for coworking, meetings and events. It also provides mentoring, acceleration and other services for members. Options range from a one-day-pass to fixed memberships for individuals and teams.
Kontoret offers working and meeting space for individuals and teams in the very centre of Helsinki for an hourly or daily rate.
UMA by Technopolis is a network of coworking spaces covering 12 cities in Finland, Norway, Estonia, Russia and Lithuania. Members can utilize the services of any UMA workspace.
Helsinki Think Company is a communal coworking and meeting space, operating in downtown Helsinki as well as on the Viikki and Meilahti campuses of the University of Helsinki. Funded by the University and the City of Helsinki, it’s open to anyone, free of charge.
Meeting Park offers a wide selection of meeting, training, work and office space for an hourly or monthly rate in Forum shopping centre and in Sokos Hotel President. Its services include video conferencing, catering, and postal services.
Varaamo is a service provided by the City of Helsinki. The City offers working and meeting space in its various premises, including libraries and youth community centres. Some spaces can be reserved free of charge, others for a fee.
Yrittäjätila is a community space for entrepreneurs in the centre of Helsinki. Open from Monday to Thursday from noon to 4 pm, it provides free workspace as well as information and advice on entrepreneurship.
For latest details and terms and conditions please contact the spaces directly.