hub:raum, the incubator of Deutsche Telekom, invests in early stage startups backs them with co-working-space, mentoring and helps them to find the right business partners within Deutsche Telekom. hub:raum has activities in Berlin, Krakow and Tel-Aviv.
The Cypriot Enterprise Link (CEL) is a youth-led organization aimed to connect and support the Cypriot entrepreneurial talent in order to form a local and a global entrepreneurial network supported by events, meetups, workshops and projects.
Metavallon is a Greek non-profit organization that provides early stage entrepreneurs with a supportive structure to develop, launch, and solidify their ventures. Through its proprietary three-tier program, the Startup Series (The Lab, The Accelerator, The Hub), Metavallon seeks to motivate talented Greeks, educate them on key principles of entrepreneurship, expose them to experienced entrepreneurs, experts and investors, and provide them with the necessary resources to start their own businesses.
Mektory is the Innovation and Business Centre of Tallinn University of Technology. Mektory aims to give students a wide and practical set of skills, not necessarily connected to their curriculum. The most important of these are connected to IT, startup and entrepreneurship. Armed with these skills, our students have launched over sixty startups, four of which have already gone international.
ClujHUB came to life out of the ambition of a young antrepreneur named Cristian Dascălu and the desire of a handful of people to build one of the most innovative and complete coworking space in Transylvania. The coworking concept is a working method that brings together innovative and creative people in an ergonomic space with events connected to their areas of interest.
StartUp42 is a non-profit startup accelerator based in Paris, open to all, aimed at helping digital projects validate initial technical and business assumptions in 4 months. They have already accelerated 14 startups.
Coworking is the new way freelance professionals, entrepreneurs and teleworkers share an office in the 21st century: To work in an environment that improves their productivity and network, to break the isolation of working from home and the burden of working at the clients’ headquartersWe are the largest and longest running coworking space in Brussels thanks to our members.