“There are two Vortex locations in Valencia, one in the town – Vortex Centro – and one by the beach – Vortex Playa – so you can choose which vibe suits you best (an early morning swim or an afternoon dip is perfect for creative thinking, we’ve heard). The premise of Vortex is to create a hub of creativity and collaboration for freelancers and flexible workers. Both spaces have great facilities to accommodate events, workshops, talks and small companies, so ideal for any kind of business need.”
Vortex Coworking in Valencia was featured in “The 100 Best Coworking Spaces In Europe” put together by the team at Ridestore Magazine. The crew at Ridestore consists of around 200 remote workers spread out across Europe and the rest of the world. If they don’t know what a good coworking space needs to offer, who does?
This is only one of many reasons why the team behind Ridestore Magazine thought it was about time to reward the most exciting and dynamic coworking concepts in the biggest cities of Europe and share them with their colleagues and fellow coworkers.
The article “The Best Coworking Spaces In Europe” showcases coworking concepts in Northern, Southern, Eastern and Central Europe, that offer everything a coworker could ask for: Top-notch service, unlimited coffees and some private space for your next Zoom meeting. This article doesn’t only come with a list of the best 100 coworking spaces in Europe, it also delivers interesting facts around the development of coworking in different countries around the continent.
Think it’s the wrong time to write about coworking spaces? No! As we will be heading out of the crisis and into a new digital age, coworking is predicted to grow and gain popularity in all economic sectors. Not only amongst freelancers, but also amongst employees who will now be more and more flexible in their choice of working location.
Getting bored of working from home already? Click here to read more about the entry of the 100 Best Coworking Spaces in Europe.