Innovation Centre, Porto Montenegro, Montenegro, Inovativni Centar, Crna Gora, Tivat, Coworking, Space, Coworking Space, Start-Up, Freelancer

Innovation Centre, Porto Montenegro, Montenegro, Inovativni Centar, Crna Gora, Tivat, Coworking, Space, Coworking Space, Start-Up, Freelancer

Innovation Centre, Porto Montenegro, Montenegro, Inovativni Centar, Crna Gora, Tivat, Coworking, Space, Coworking Space, Start-Up, Freelancer

Innovation Centre, Porto Montenegro, Montenegro, Inovativni Centar, Crna Gora, Tivat, Coworking, Space, Coworking Space, Start-Up, Freelancer

Innovation Centre, Porto Montenegro, Montenegro, Inovativni Centar, Crna Gora, Tivat, Coworking, Space, Coworking Space, Start-Up, Freelancer
Innovation Centre, Porto Montenegro, Montenegro, Inovativni Centar, Crna Gora, Tivat, Coworking, Space, Coworking Space, Start-Up, Freelancer


Big brands vs independent coworking spaces

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Big brands vs independent coworking spaces

The choice of coworking spaces in large cities continues to expand with what could be referred to as a ’salami slicing’ effect taking place in parallel with the rise of behemoths like WeWork.
Effectively this means we are seeing a plethora of niche market coworking concepts targeting specific industries or cultural tribes, while the giants of the industry become an acceptable mainstream alternative for corporates looking for more flexible workspace solutions.

New trends in coworking

The latest trend is a shift towards green, eco coworking concepts. London’s Covent Garden will soon see the launch of Arbo-Etum, a members club and coworking space with a gym, hotel rooms and bar, all based around a belief in sustainability and protecting the environment.

Coworking and Coliving



In New York, The Assemblage is a coworking and coliving community for “those who believe in doing well by doing good”, protecting humanity whilst making money in other words.

Creative office space

Second Home meanwhile is a London-borne coworking concept that uses nature-inspired design principles, a.k.a Biophilic design, as a way to create a happier, more creative work environment for their community. The business has just opened a fourth site in London and have additional sites planned in Lisbon (their second in the city) and L.A. as well, suggesting this combination of interior design and a focus on the creative industries is a winning formula, for them at least.

Flexible office spaces in Montenegro

In smaller destinations such as Montenegro, which is admittedly a way behind New York, London and Shanghai in terms of size and weight, the context is different but expectations remain high.
At the Innovation Centre in Porto Montenegro, Tivat, demand has boomed this year in response to the launch of a Virtual Office service aimed at expatriates setting up new businesses in Montenegro and needing a registered address without the burden of taking on a separate office lease.

Podgorica and Tivat coworking

Businesses from the capital Podgorica looking for a foothold in the luxury market around Porto Montenegro and Budva are also descending on the Innovation Centre as a way to gain a prestigious office address or to gain access to the local scene of High Net Worth Individuals.
In this regard, an independent yet brand-backed coworking concept such as that offered by Porto Montenegro offers the perfect combination of reliability without a corporate atmosphere.

Innovation Centre Porto Montenegro
Daily membership Eur 10
Weekly membership Eur 40
Monthly membership Eur 100
Virtual Office membership Eur 75 (min 6 months)
www.ic.portomontenegro.com

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Innovation Centre, Porto Montenegro, Obala bb, Tivat 85320, Montenegro

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www.portomontenegro.com

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Phone: +382 32 661 041