Technopolis HUB small office concept will spread throughout the campus

Finnish real estate development and management group Technopolis is expanding its small office concept in its buildings in Lithuania, Estonia, Finland and Norway under the name Technopolis HUB. In Lithuania, small office spaces are already available in several buildings, and by the end of the year they will be extended to almost all Technopolis buildings in Vilnius' Ozas park. Here, Technopolis HUB will offer around 70 small offices for teams of up to 20 people.

For small teams and companies, Technopolis HUB will offer a full range of services in a single flexible contract – from small private office spaces with shared lounges, dining areas and other common infrastructure, to reception, cleaning, office design, meeting rooms or any other services provided by Technopolis, according to the particular client’s needs. Technopolis HUB meets the diverse office space needs of companies. Additional office space is sometimes needed for project workers, for instance. On the other hand, startups and SMEs often need flexible and easily adaptable workspaces and the possibility to expand space effortlessly as their businesses grow.

“Technopolis HUB brings the facilities of large offices also within the reach of smaller companies. This enables efficient and agile work for companies that have a temporary need for additional space or even a branch in another city or that appreciate effortless and cost-effective office space solutions,” says Technopolis CEO Niko Pulli. “There has been a great demand for HUB spaces, which indicates that smaller companies in particular are interested in a one-stop solution for adaptable workspace and meeting space services. Technopolis HUB is all about making workspace services effortless and allowing our customers to focus on their business.”

The occupancy of the Technopolis HUB in the Alfa, Delta and Nova buildings in Vilnius has already reached 100%, the HUB space in Penta building will be expanded and will open on 1 November, and the Beta building, which is currently under reconstruction, will be home to the largest Technopolis HUB in the country at the end of this year.

The service offering varies by HUB, depending on the infrastructure already in place in particular buildings, such as the number and size of meeting rooms, etc. Depending on the HUB, both furnished and unfurnished office space is available. In addition, Technopolis HUB’s vibrant business communities and regular networking events offer opportunities for new ways of collaboration.

“We want to create communities that also provide the privacy that companies need. Traditional coworking spaces or shared workspaces do not meet the needs of modern work, and they can have problems, for instance, in the handling of confidential information. With nearly 40 years of experience in providing adaptable workspaces, Technopolis wants to offer high-quality offices also to those customers who need small, flexible workspace solutions,” Pulli says.