Brussels is famous for its delicious chocolate and artisanal beers. With many multinationals and professionals choosing this city as their home base, it’s no wonder that Brussels has turned into a thriving city with cosy, multifunctional coworking spaces where many entrepreneurs gather.
Les Galleries is located in the historic part of Brussels. Les Galleries is a coworking space as well as an art space. Here you will find an exceptional working environment, a lively events calendar and numerous networking opportunities. With a focus on female entrepreneurship and an intense collaboration with artists, the community of Les Galleries is hugely inspiring. The events calendar consists of art exhibitions, presentations, seminars and congresses in line with the entrepreneurship that is housed there.
The loft is a unique boutique coworking area and has two beautiful locations in Brussels. The atmosphere has a typical French touch and there is a relaxed atmosphere. The loft offers everything you need, to work with a sense of community. Members have 24-hour access to the meeting rooms, kitchen and lounge.
Bon Jour Bruxelles
Bon Jour Bruxelles is situated in an intimate corner building on the edge of the EU district. There is a large common room with a nice long table. If you are looking for a bit of privacy, you can choose to sit in the cozy yet quiet in-between space, in the shared office or in the team meeting room. A suitable choice for creative freelancers. The days at Bon Jour regularly end with a workshop or event. It’s a place to work, create new experiences, creativity and good vibes. Activities vary from cooking workshops to networking get-togethers, inspiring conversations and even concerts. Positivity is of paramount importance and the reasonable prices make this location extra popular.
Real coffee lovers have access to fair trade coffee in this coworking area, while they work here. With 24-hour access to the workstations on two floors, Wi-Fi and a printer, this monthly subscription is a great choice. The Mug mainly has members in journalism, communication, the food sector, law and EU-oriented start-ups.
With three locations in Brussels, the founder was inspired by the beautiful Scandinavian ‘Hygge way’ of furnishing her exclusive office spaces. She created pastel-coloured; soft rooms aimed at the well-being of the community. This community and its diversity are what the entrepreneur considers “the best part of The Library”. You will find a network of people with a high quality and diplomatic profile within the law, but also young starters with a focus on design and art. The library offers all the facilities you could wish for. From a private office to coworking rooms and meeting rooms. But also, free training, parties, sports facilities and extra benefits at certain restaurants and shops in Brussels.