ClujHub expands with a new office in Cluj, whose works will be finished this spring. The new office will be situated in the commercial center Central and will become the biggest co-work and events space in Eastern Europe, dedicated to creatives, innovative businesses, as well as workshops held by professionals.

ClujHub Central will have a surface of 2,500 sqm and offers private offices for teams, co-work open space, meeting rooms and events rooms from 30 to 250 persons, as well as an urban garden and a mindfulness areas, a library and the collaboration area in coffee shop style proposed by Morphoza, the designers of the space.

„The hub concept means to build communities of entrepreneurs, freelancers and people with initiatives who want to get involved actively in the market where they operate. Currently, our community comprises members from IT, marketing, BPO, we have Italian talented designers from creative fields. Whether it’s about an online store or an independent artist, we offered them the right space to develop their activity, from customized offices to open spaces for collaboration.  We are glad that we are a destination also for the digital nomads, meaning for those who chose to travel the world and work in the cities they are visiting,” says Victor Miron, executive director ClujHub.

The entrepreneur Cristian Dascalu opened in 2012 ClujHub to bring together talented people, from different fields, who can change together the community they live in. The expansion in a new office came as a response to the development demand from the Cluj entrepreneurial community which has been in growth for the last years.

„The vision that I started from 5 years ago was to become the most important center of entrepreneurship in the region, to host conferences, networking events and acceleration, in a big space, in the heart of the city. All those who are searching for business part, who are looking for investments or access on the international markets, will feel like home here. We started to attract start-ups also from abroad and we aim for Cluj-Napoca to become a real <start-up city>, with a strong entrepreneurial ecosystem,” said Dascalu.

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