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June 25, 2022

ClujHub becomes the largest space of cowork and events in the Eastern Europe

ClujHub continues the story started in 2012 and expands its community of entrepreneurs in a new premises, in the heart of the city, occupying the 3rd floor of the Central Trade Center.

The arrangement of the new space of cowork and events will be completed in the spring, and ClujHub Central will become the largest space of cowork and events in the Eastern Europe, dedicated to the creative people, entrepreneurs and IT developers. An important component will be the innovative business incubator and accelerator, and the workshops held by professionals.

With a total area of 2,500 square meters, ClujHub Central offers private offices for teams, open space cowork, meeting rooms and event rooms able to receive from 30 to 250 people. We should also remind the urban terrace and garden, the mindfulness and relaxing area, the library and the collaboration area with a coffee shop spirit proposed by the Morphoza team, the designers of the space.

“The hub concept means to build communities of entrepreneurs, freelancers and people with initiative who wish to get actively involved into the market where they operate. Our community currently has members from the IT, marketing and BPO fields, we have talented designers and youngsters in creative fields who chose to enjoy a collaborative and inspirational working environment.

Either we are talking about an online store or an independent artist, we provided them with the right space for their activity, from customized office to open space collaboration offices.

We are glad that we are a destination for the digital nomads, too, namely for those who choose to travel across the world ad to work from the cities they visit” stated Victor Miron, CEO of ClujHub.

Entrepreneur Cristian Dascalu opened ClujHub in 2012 to bring together talented people in as various as possible fields, who, together, are able to change the community in which they are living. Expanding in a new premises was a natural evolution in order to answer to the development demand in the Cluj entrepreneurial community, which is continuously growing since a few years.

“The vision with which we started 5 years ago was to become the most important entrepreneurial center in the region, to host conferences, networking and speed-up events, in a generous space, right in the heart of the city.

All those who are searching for ideas and business partners, who are targeting investments or access to international markets, who wish to be connected to a community of entrepreneurs, will feel like home here. We started to attract start-ups from other countries, too, and we want Cluj Napoca become a real ‘start-up city’, with a strong entrepreneurial ecosystem” stated Cristian Dascalu, founder of ClujHub.

For those who have chosen ClujHub Central, the benefits for the development of their business are obvious.

“ClujHub has the pace, it has the community, and the most important thing, it has a fantastic potential. It helps me to be able to work with creative people in a modern space. My business was ‘on the rove’ for a while, but now it has found its home” said Louis Havriliuc, an entrepreneur developing Simbound, a technological and media educational product.

Graphic designer Stefan Amatiesei says he chose ClujHub because it provided him with the environment and conditions he needed. “I like being in an active environment, surrounded by young entrepreneurs, and this helps me evolve” Stefan Amatiesei stated; he works in the visual creative field: graphics, animation, illustrations.

The partner of Central ClujHub is Banca Transilvania, a supporter of entrepreneurs and creative industries.

“ClujHub Central is an inspirational and aspirational place from where many ideas and businesses will start. It will be a new workplace lifestyle, a new trend. We are glad that we, as a bank, have the opportunity to bring our contribution to all these things and to increase the community of entrepreneurs. We congratulate the ClujHub team for the idea and for the implementation, and we wish them luck in the new challenge” stated Sergiu Mircea, Marketing & Communication Manager at Banca Transilvania.

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