A nice end at The Park

On the last morning in Stockholm and before getting on a boat to Helsinki we visited The Park a coworking space that has 2 locations around Stockholm.

We went down to Hälsingegatan 49 to visit Hanna who takes care of the Community. The location we saw is very spacious. It has everything a coworking member needs to let him focus on getting things done. The beautiful event space, located in the middle of the coworking offers a great flexibility for any kind of events. When there is no event during the day, it transforms into a nice and light area to work from. There is also plenty of closed offices from various sizes and meeting rooms around. “Cherry on the cake”, there is a very nice outdoor space where members can enjoy after work parties and beers 🙂

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Membership-wise, the Park has several options in place to suits the needs of people who travel a lot or people who look for a dedicated desk in town. As a result, the figures of the Park are quite impressive:
– 350 tenants from 150 companies
– 2 facilities with an average of 500 to 1000 visitors per month.

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The Park has also been a springboard for many startups, like the local branch of Uber. It also has ties to companies such as Britny or Hyper Island. Lastly, The Park is part of Sprout Park, which is a group of companies in digital entrepreneurship and communication.

As per the Community, Hanna and her team are doing a lot of events to connect the members inside both spaces but also between them. The Mood Manager, who takes care of the members plans regular informal events where members get to mingle and network, leading to collaboration between the teams.

If you visit Stockholm, you should definitely pay The Park a visit! It’s a must see for any curious coworking mind  🙂

Hanna we are grateful we met you! Thank you so much for your time! We kept the Stockholm Startup Guide and it followed us all the way to Berlin 🙂

The Park and Coworkies selfiePS: Funny memory, between you and us, the morning we visited Hanna was also when we discovered we got hunted on Product Hunt :))))


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Pauline Roussel

Co-Founder Coworkies. General Manager at Rainmaking Loft Berlin, a #coworking space dedicated to #startups, Ambassador of French Tech Berlin.

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