A new co-working space, Silversquare, is to open at 21 Rue Glesener in Luxembourg city centre on 1 May 2018, with Claudine Bettendroffer as Country Leader for Luxembourg.
Thought as open ecosystems, the collaborative work environments created by Silversquare, motivate members to inspire each other. Those spaces aim to promote concentration, comfort and federate a community which is looking for new values that fit with the current vision of work.
In the current era, where there is an increased demand from a new generation of workers to find inspiring places and a sense of community, the new Silversquare workspaces that will open in the heart of the city of Luxembourg will meet all these needs. Located close to the train station, the coworking space is spread over 2,300m2 across floors, and is composed of both private and open spaces. It has been designed to meet a growing need of new workplaces where small and medium businesses can gather, grow together, exchange and innovate.
The workspaces of Silversquare Luxembourg are also designed to be venues for conferences, workshops and events aimed at bringing entrepreneurship and innovation players together in Luxembourg.
Coworking spaces of tomorrow will have to be modern and stimulating workspaces, offering a range of quality services to meet the needs of each occupant. Open spaces will be places that promote diversity, encourage reflection and exchange, and allow projects to develop with real dynamism. These spaces will also have to offer to the members a wide range of services meeting all their needs and to allow them to focus mainly on their core business. This is what Silversquare is offering today; a perfect place for organic growth.
Silversquare aims to open 10 centres by 2020. The opening in Luxembourg is therefore in line with Silversquare’s development strategy, both in terms of location, the quality of the establishment as well as the demand for new coworking spaces in the Grand-Duchy.
By creating its first coworking centre, Louise, in 2008 in Brussels, Silversquare was a pioneer in this sector in Belgium and Europe. Nearly 10 years later, the company has come a long way. Today, it manages 3 centres (Louise, Stéphanie, Europe) over 10,500 m2, has almost 1,000 members and generates a revenue of €4 million. "Whether it’s a growing start-up like Tricount, or a corporation known as ClubMed, every organisation that chooses to take advantage of Silversquare’s offices will be supported, valued and will have access to all services they need".
Two openings of coworking centres are planned in the coming months. As well as Luxembourg on 1 May (2,300 m2), the coworking centre Triomphe in the south of Brussels will open in April with an area of 5,000m2. Diversity is valued at Silversquare, whether it is diversity in people or in projects that are born and grow in their workspaces.