Technopolis Enters Stockholm

Sweden Sweden UMA Kungsbron is Technopolis’ first foothold in Stockholm and will be the company’s largest coworking facility.


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UMA Kungsbron. Image: Technopolis
UMA Kungsbron.

UMA Kungsbron will be the first UMA Workspace in Sweden, as well as the largest UMA to date, with 2 350 square meter space, including 50 small offices, 90 hot desks and 10 shared conference rooms.
“It is exciting for us to announce the establishment of UMA Kungsbron, with a highly competitive location in central Stockholm which is the hottest city for coworking in the Nordic region. We know that the demand for smart workspace solutions is high due to the shortage of office space in the city, and look forward to welcoming both new and existing customers to our brand new facilities in April,” says Johan Herner, Director, Swedish Operations at Technopolis.
UMA Kungsbron will follow the brand concept offering professional and flexible workspace for businesses of all sizes.
As an UMA member, the customer has access to all 12 UMA Workspace facilities across 5 countries.
“UMA Kungsbron will be similar to our flagship location in Helsinki, UMA Esplanadi, but bigger. We do expect many of our  existing customers to choose UMA Kungsbron when they are on business in Stockholm. But most of all we are proud to show the benefits of high quality coworking spaces to new customers in Sweden, and guarantee stylish and modern office decorated with Scandinavian design, to offer a professional and premium experience,” says Johan Herner.
”Expanding the UMA concept is an essential part of our strategy. This new UMA in Stockholm is an ambitious first step, but it’s just the beginning. We intend to expand our footprint in Stockholm, Helsinki, Copenhagen, Oslo and other major Nordic-Baltic Sea cities,” says Keith Silverang, CEO of Technopolis.
The workspace is to open in April 2018. 

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