A new coworking space officially opened its doors late last week in Stockholm. Dubbed SUP46, or Start-Up People 46, the 1272 square meter space is handsomely located in the very center of Stockholm on Reringsgaten 29. To open up the space, last Friday over 300 people threw down with Daniel Ek, the CEO and co-founder of Spotify.
"Our vision is to make Stockholm the number one startup city in the world," says Jessica Stark, CEO and co-founder of SUP46. "Though Stockholm is one of the world’s leading startup hotspots, the lack of a centrally located meeting & co-working space for the startup community has been obvious."
They already have a number of companies moved in, including some we've covered like Fishbrain, Instabridge, and 3D burrito. With 1200 square meters, they should have plenty of space to host companies, events, and facilitate meetings in the center of Stockholm. For events, they can host around 150 people. The space is designed for people to come hang out, so entrepreneurs from around the region are invited to drop by for free.
We're all about some coworking spaces thanks to the solid entrepreneurial networks that form around them.
Interested in other coworking spaces across the region? Some that we've covered that come to mind are MESH in Norway, the Entrepreneurs Church in Stockholm, Startup Sauna in Finland, Garage48 in Tallinn, and TechHub in Riga. Also we opened up our own baby, the Minimum Viable Office, in Helskinki, so hit us up at mvl (åt) arcticstartup.com if you're looking for a cheap desk and good people.