betahaus opens top-central coworking space in Bucharest

FM newsroom – office, coworking. betahaus announced the opening of a new location in Bucharest, Romania. This expansion reflects the development of the co-working operator which has grown from a single office is Berlin into an international hub hosting enterprise members like Rakuten Viber, Coursera, KBC Global Services, Vimeo, and Siemens.

betahaus launched its first coworking space in Berlin in 2009 and has expanded in the region in the past decade. Now the company is present with branches also in Barcelona, Hamburg Sofia and now Bucharest, with a capacity to host nearly 1700 people.

Entering Romania in style

The new location in the capital of Romania is part of betahaus’s strategic partnership with GTC Group, a major player in commercial and real estate development in the CEE region.

The coworking operator is launching a fully serviced professional coworking space in the heart of Bucharest in Piata Victoriei. betahaus plans to maintain its community-focused roots while providing all the amenities and security systems necessary for larger teams and companies.

Following the launch of two new coworking spaces in Sofia that opened last year, betahaus brings its most advanced and elegant space yet to Bucharest. Situated on two floors with a capacity of over 170 seats within the A-class Premium Plaza building, betahaus Victoriei is offering exclusive terms in 2024 for its first members, the company informs in its announcement.

This location will feature the latest in office standards, IT infrastructure, access control, and security solutions. Amenities will include a reception, conference rooms, phone booths, a business-class printer, fully equipped kitchens, and lounges for community events.

betahaus plans further expansion in Romania

“Entering the Romanian market is both challenging and exciting. Exciting, because it is a vibrant, fast-growing market with tons of potential. And challenging because the industry is highly competitive with many local big names as well as major global players. We feel privileged to become part of it and look forward to adding value to the ecosystem with our community-first professional coworking spaces. Our business strategy is to further develop our footprint in Bucharest with both traditional coworking and class A flexible office spaces while exploring the potential in other key hubs such as Cluj, Brasov and Timisoara,” – betahaus co-founder Alexander Mihaylov shared with The Recursive.



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