Spring Hub, a new co-working space in Tallinn, is bringing together entrepreneurial people with a global mindset

Spring Hub is aiming to be the largest and most modern collaboration and co-working hub in Tallinn with a goal to connect professionals from wide areas in a quality working environment where new global success stories can be born. From 28-30th November, Spring Hub is inviting interested startups, freelancers and other entrepreneurial people to their Open Doors event to have a look around and get to know the hub's community!

Spring Hub aims to have a high quality and hand picked community, including seed financed startups, professional freelancers and other globally minded entrepreneurial people as well as startup support organisations - new members can join via applying and an interview. 

So what has the hub to offer for the tenants and the community? Spring Hub lists their event space and a variety of high quality entrepreneurial events; modern work environment; international network of partners; free trainings and consulting; and a hand picked community as the main benefits. 

The feel of the co-working space is following the best Estonian startup offices example as it has been decorated by an interior decorator whose work includes the offices of Skype, Pipedrive and Transferwise. The building also has an interesting history - it was the first caramel factory of the oldest confectionary producer in Estonia, Kalev.

The hub's amenities include quality working stations with ergonomic chairs, bulletproof wifi, meeting rooms with video conference solutions, soundproof phone booths and a cafe-lounge area with an open kitchen as well as a warehouse and a workshop room for hardware startups, smart bike parking system, sauna and lots more.

Spring Hub has already gathered a well selected network of partners and individuals that are contributing to the community by offering free trainings and consulting. On top of that, the hub is cooperating with highly professional digital nomads to bring in international skill set and creating global connections. There will be trainings and workshops on marketing, sales and design as well as inspirational social-educational events. The goal of these events will be to help the residents strive both business-wise and personally.

Following startups and organisations have already joined the Hub: EstBAN, MediKeep, H2R Solutions, Capster, Tebo.me, Sportlyzer, Rubik´s Solutions, Contriber, Bikeep, Verba Consulting, Barking, Holini.

We at Startup Estonia are definitely excited for the opening of the new hub and suggest all those interested in learning more about or considering renting out a desk there to swing by between the 28-30th November for Spring Hub Open Doors, where anyone can see and use the co-working space throughout the three days and participate in interesting events and workshops. Best of luck to the new hub, we hope it will become an important part of the local startup scene!

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