In April, the Prague office project named Visionary obtained WELL for Core and Shell – a certification marking it as a healthy building. This complex in Prague’s Holešovice district has thus become the first office project not only in the country, but also in all of Central Europe to receive this prestigious recognition.
Business Link, housed at the new Visionary building, is Prague’s largest provider of coworking spaces and premium offices. It offers infrastructure for freelancers, startups, small businesses, and corporate representatives. What do they appreciate about it? And what do they find to be the biggest advantages of a coworking environment?
The fifth-annual jubilee anniversary of the CBRE Meeting Room of the Year competition set a new record of participants. This year, 101 has registered to take part in the CBRE Meeting Room of the Year Project and the jury has selected 44 finalists. IT companies and companies from Prague represent the most of them, there are also 4 coworking centres among them.
Petra Hubačová founded one of the first coworkings in Prague as early as in 2009 and has engaged in interconnecting start-ups and corporations for many years now. Thus, it was no surprise that the Polish coworking chain Business Link chose her to open its first Czech branches in Holešovice.
In October, the extensive reconstruction of the Prague headquarters of KPMG in Florence was completed. In the course of the full operation of the building, 520 tons of debris was lost within 12 months, and a central staircase connecting the individual floors, a client zone with a view of the centre of Prague, or a meeting room for informal staff were added.
At the beginning of October, the Polish Matador Business Link opened his first Czech coworking centre. It offers shared and private offices with outdoor sports facilities in the Visionary office building. There are other branches to be opened in Budapest or Bucharest.