Workland, a company offering fully serviced shared office spaces, opened two new co-working centers in Riga and Vilnius this week after investing approximately a million euros in both centers.
There are altogether 335 working spaces in the two new centers. By now, Workland has opened 10 centers across the Baltics, the company said.
Workland founder and management board chair Indrek Haal said that the popularity of co-working centers will continue to grow in Estonia and other countries as both large and small companies have become more flexible -- organi...
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