Berlin inspires as a creative metropolis, as a start-up hub, as a place for innovative technology and science.


Creative minds throughout the world, unite! While you’re maxing out your Netflix account, Berlin just happens to be the birthplace of a new start-up every 20 hours. »Paris is always Paris, but Berlin is never Berlin« – a fact even France’s former Minister of Culture Jack Lang had to admit. Berlin’s vivid cultural and economic landscape is constantly evolving, offering all soon-to-be careerists the perfect platform to spread their wings. 

As a new entrepreneur looking for the perfect place to balance out your work and personal life, why not consider Berlin as a potential business location?


Here’s where start-ups and freelancer meet and work together in Berlin:

To go to

Always on the go and need to use your breaks wisely? Take a seat in one of umpteen coffee houses such as St. Oberholz in Mitte, or Kleine Mensa in Wedding, to relish some excellent coffee whilst taking advantage of unlimited (free!) internet and electricity.


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Many Berlin cafes cater especially to those on the go, offering quality coffee and a quiet working atmosphere

To mingle

Interested in networking with like-minded founders and creatives? Berlin is home to more than 100 co-working spaces running on the cutting-edge across Europe. Betahaus, Ahoy!, Blogfabrik, Agora and Raumstation are just several to name a few.


Inhabiting more than 1500 square meters Betahaus is one of the larger co-working spaces on the market. Whether you’re on the brink of deciding on a work space or just coming by for coffee – Betahaus is worthy to be checked out. Joining as a member starts at 15€ per day, using the café space is free.

Betahaus, Prinzessinnenstraße 19-20, 10969 Berlin



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Ahoy! Berlin

With its nautical flair Ahoy! Berlin takes you by the hand on your journey through the open sea which is founding a business. Either renting fully equipped work stations, quiet offices or organizing your next event – Ahoy! offers its 4.500 sqm for all purposes and needs. Day tickets start at 15€.

AHOY BERLIN, Windscheidstraße 18, 10627 Berlin


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You like it spacey? At Raumstation you’re not only situated in a historic Berlin Brick Building close to the Central Station, you can also benefit from its international community  working in a diverse range of fields, be it economy, media, IT or music. Unsure? Try out their test week.

Raumstation, Stendalerstrasse 4, 10559 Berlin-Moabit


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You’re in the cat content business? Then Blogfabrik might just become your new family! You’re working surrounded by bloggers, instagrammers, photographers and journalists and can even use their inhouse professional photo studio. And you don’t even have to pay money for it – Blogfabrik collects your money in form of digital content.

Blogfabrik, Oranienstraße 185, 10999 Berlin


© Christoph Neumann


Agora is a Center for Contemporary Practices, offering workspaces, a restaurant and possibilities to collaborate. Starting at 16€ per day you can mingle along with like-minded across five floors, a café and a garden.

Agora, Mittelweg 50,  12053 Berlin


© Agora

Projekt Zukunft provides a map detailing the very best co-working spaces Berlin has to offer:


Co-Working Spaces in Berlin ©

To settle

Work, connect, eat, and maybe stay. Renting office spaces in Berlin averages out at a mere 17,50€/sqm; value that is leagues above rental costs for similar spaces in other European cities such as London, Paris, Hamburg or Munich. Likewise, the same goes for living costs, for that matter.



To connect

Whether you’re working on radical ideas, experimenting with innovative segments or just plain love to set up new ventures with a little help; Berlin offers exciting partners for synergizing. These include 23 incubators and accelerators such as Deutsche Telekom hub:raum, the Axel Springer Plug and Play or Rocket Internet. Not to mention University and start-up campuses such as The Factory, GTEC German Tech Entrepreneurship Center, Campus Charlottenburg or the Technologiepark Adlershof.

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The Factory Berlin

There’s really so much you can do and benefit from. Dip your toes in the pool of possibilities that is Europe’s capital of creativity, adventure, networks and coffee breaks!

Co-working spaces MAP

Use our interactive industry map to learn more about selected locations and available infrastructure – in 2D and in 3D.

Interactive Map

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