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Stockholm and Warsaw make space for Technopolis

The new Warsaw location is part of the company’s strategy to meet demand for professional and high-quality workspaces with extremely flexible terms.Technopolis

Finnish shared workspace provider Technopolis is entering a new market in Warsaw and opening a pair of UMA Workspaces in Stockholm.

UMA Workspaces offer customers premium shared workspaces in central locations, meeting demand for flexibility, efficiency and service. Each space houses state-of-the-art digital solutions, modern conference rooms, speciality coffee and networking events.

The two new UMAs in Stockholm will be located in Södermalm and Solna Strand, and the forthcoming space in Warsaw will be situated in the downtown area.

“Our UMA expansion is really taking off now and we will continue to grow the network aggressively,” saysKeith Silverang, CEO of Technopolis. “We are excited to enter the rapidly developing market in Warsaw. It’s dynamic. It’s international. And there is a lot of demand for modern, efficient and flexible workspaces. We are happy to get our foot in the door there.”

In addition, the company will establish a UMA Workspace in Espoo Finland, bringing the total number of UMAs scheduled to open in 2019–2020 to four.

Technopolis already has UMAs located in downtown Helsinki, Stockholm and Copenhagen, and has announced it will open a site in downtown Oslo in December this year.

Published on 10.10.2018