Pop-up work spaces in Berlin Central Station (DB AG / Pablo Castagnola)
“We want to continue to improve the quality of stay at our stations. It is important to try new ways to meet the needs of our travelers and station visitors. We are excited to see how our customers receive the coworking pop up, “said Bernd Koch, CEO of DB Station & Service AG.
Wybo Wijnbergen, General Manager Northern Europe at WeWork adds:
“WeWork we would not only be a place people to work productively, but above all a sense of community. We look forward to meeting more closely with the joint project the needs of travelers, to develop new formats for inspiring work spaces, services and community. “
The flexible pop-up work area is located in the middle of the ground floor in Berlin’s main train station and is open daily from 9 to 19 o’clock. Coffee and tea are available to users free of charge. Contact of WeWork and DB are available for questions on the spot.
The workspace is a joint project of WeWork and the DB program Smart Cities. Mobility and logistics of the future are intelligently networked and energy efficient. DB has recognized the potential and drives the Smart City development ahead with a specially prepared team. The focus is on issues stations, new business models for mobility and logistics and information platform for cities face.
WeWork is a global platform that provides its members with a worldwide network, stylish work spaces and business services in over 283 locations. Through a combination of Community, latest technology and modern design WeWork creates an environment in which its members exchange ideas, work productively and to create innovative ideas. The WeWork community consists of creative people and businesses of all sizes and industries – from startups on think tanks to Fortune 500 Companies. Founded in 2010 by Adam Neumann and Miguel McKelvey in New York, WeWork now employs over 6,000 people worldwide. To WeWork community includes more than 253,000 members and 40,000 companies in 74 cities, including Berlin, Hamburg and Frankfurt am Main as well as from the summer of 2018 Munich.