Top Co-Working Spaces in Vienna for Entrepreneurs
Loffice is located in the capital’s trendy 7th district | © Loffice
Ignite your start-up at these innovative co-working spaces around Vienna.
Dedicated to providing a secure and exciting environment for creative freelancers and business builders who love to work collaboratively, this space has a simple concept: wanting its members to grow and succeed. One of the benefits of being a member is the opportunity to participate in all the amazing events that CoSpace runs each year, giving the chance for vivacious people to gain inspiration.
Impact Hub Vienna
This platform was designed for social businesses and is made up of young entrepreneurs, freelancers, artists and advocates whose primary focus is making a positive impact on the world. Signed-up members are invited into an intricate web of worldwide users, linking over 15,000 like-minded people. With access to training facilities, lectures and networking events, this is a haven for those wanting to fulfil their entrepreneurial aspirations in an all-inclusive and motivational environment. Memberships are offered at various different tariffs, tailored to meet your own personal requirements, and the space is located in Vienna’s vibrant 7th district. Desks can also be hired daily for a flat rate.
Also located in Vienna’s trendy 7th district, this is the ideal place for bright young things to gather and merge minds. The office looks like the kind of place where you can imagine things happening: bright, spacious and kitted out with all the necessary components to benefit business – meeting rooms, private workstations and event spaces. The company was set up by Penni and Kata Klementz and has won several awards, including 2010 Young Entrepreneurs of the Year and 2016 Nomad Capitalist Award for Best Co-Working Space.
This workplace has an uncomplicated charm – it is for those who want to work hard and grow ideas in a friendly and close-knit community. Das Kommod is accessible 24/7 – perfect for night owls who prefer to work unconventional hours. Light and spacious, it includes a pop-up garage, meeting rooms and a sizeable office.
This long-established workspace accommodates a whole host of different great minds – architects, PR consultants and anyone else with a fresh idea that they want to nurture. Located in Vienna’s 2nd district, a honeypot destination for young professional types, Schraubenfabrik has a homely yet happening atmosphere designed to get creative juices flowing. The building is made up of an office, meeting rooms, a lounge and a roof terrace where you can relax and cool off after a hard day’s mind mapping.
Herminengasse aims to encourage freedom of ideas in the art world in a safe and creative environment, inviting anyone with a creative vision to join its team. Although not specifically geared towards entrepreneurs, with a special focus on those in the artistic field, it is a beautiful space to work in. Eames chairs, a custom-made desk and a kitchen are just a few details that make this space a great place to work.
Stockwerk invites anyone with ambition to collaborate with like-minded entrepreneurs to help spark ideas. With 55 tables, two offices and large event spaces, this is another functioning venue in which you can get your start-up ball rolling. Located centrally, on Gumpendorferstraße, this bright and tasteful office is buzzing full of eager entrepreneurs who love to share ideas.
Ignite your entrepreneurial spark at one of Funkensprung’s three venues in Vienna: at 3rd, 4th and 5th districts. All thoughtfully laid out with futuristic themes throughout, the offices have a vibe that is sure to cause catalysts. Its original office in Rochusmarkt is one of the most impressive, a chic and professional space stretching over 400 square metres, where there is always a buzz of activity. A highlight is the lounge, where chilled wine is on hand if things get a little heated. Flexible and fixed options are available.
Dachsbau has set up offices all around Austria: in Vienna, Linz, Salzburg and Graz. The Vienna space is under the railway arches directly opposite the Danube Canal in the 9th district and is best suited to those with an artistic flair. The space features a desk with an optional armchair, internet access, electricity and heating, and shelf space, and can be accessed 24 hours a day and seven days a week.