A co-working space UMA GO9 opened in the heart of Vilnius

A modern co-working space UMA GO9 that follows the principles of effective work and sharing economy has opened on the top floor of the renewed Shopping Centre “G9” in Gediminas Avenue. UMA GO9 is the newest addition to the “UMA Workspace” Network by “Technopolis”, a real estate investment and management company.

The first members are international companies, their representatives, and freelancing specialists

“We can claim, that our clients are mobile, traveling, regional businesses and companies based in “Technopolis” which works well as a place for development or temporary jobs. We are also approached by Lithuanian based companies which crave for such appealing and non-traditional work conditions, that are highly in demand in our market. Moreover, it is a place for individuals who search for a convenient place for their effective work and contact making”, - says Lina Maskoliūnė, Director of Technopolis in Lithuania.

UMA GO9 co-working space has already welcomed a Team of “SAI Global”, a leading provider of integrated GRC (Governance, Risk and Complaince) solutions and services, “Railsbank”, a leading global open banking and RegTech technology service platform headquartered in London, and Technology Centre “Velocity Black”, the fastest-growing company in the United Kingdom that is going to develop the most recent company products in Vilnius.

An independent Power Supplier “Enefit”, acting in Lithuania as the subsidiary company of the largest power producer in the Baltic countries “Eesti Energia” is also based here as other Lithuanian and international companies or their representatives for Lithuania, the Baltic States. UMA GO9 also cooperates with the international network of professionals “Global Lithuanian Leaders”.

Flexible membership based on principles of sharing economy

There are over 260 functional workplaces, 60% of which are private offices, and the remaining separate workplaces in the open areas for all members to access in UMA GO9. The workspace has been built on the top floor of the building with the total area of more than 2,100 m2.

Private offices with 2-12 workplaces are arranged in a circle throughout the entire perimeter of the space. They are connected by an inspiring and spacious open working area that has plenty of shared workstations that are ideal for effective and creative work. In addition, the space has 6 meeting rooms, and an inviting “UMA Coffee” area which is perfect for interacting.

“A convenient location in the heart of the City Centre, very flexible terms and conditions, a wide spectrum of in-house services and modern digital solutions, workspaces echoing the Nordic aesthetics and functionality”, – L. Maskoliūnė lists the advantages of UMA GO9. According to Maskoliūnė, the wide variety of services are appealing to the clients since it is based on sharing economy consisting of in-house administration, facility maintenance and installation services.

Single membership – workplace in five countries

UMA GO9 is the newest addition to the “UMA Workspace” Network. In addition to Vilnius, Technopolis already has UMAs operating in Helsinki, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo and Tallinn. Later this year two more UMA Workspaces will be opened in Stockholm, one in Warsaw and in the beginning of next year one will be opened in Espoo, Finland. Customers get access to all of the spaces in the network with a single membership.

About UMA Workspace

UMA Workspace is Technopolis’ network of coworking spaces. UMA offers shared workspace and service solutions for small and large companies in central locations in the Nordic and Baltic Sea region. In our workspaces customers can work efficiently and flexibly, either in the privacy or as part of our open working community. Technopolis has 8 UMAs in total. Beyond Helsinki, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, Tallinn and Vilnius city centers, they are located on Technopolis campuses in Finland, Norway, Estonia, Russia and Lithuania. Customers get access to all of these spaces with a single membership.


Address: Gediminas avenue 9, Vilnius
Area: 2,100 m²
Private offices: 36
Open working stations: 70+
Conference rooms: 6