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The Russian SOK Co-working Network will Expand Abroad
18.08.2019 00:43
The Russian SOK Co-working Network will Expand Abroad

The Russian SOK co-working network plans to expand to Israel and the United States: the first co-working space of the network in Tel Aviv should open this year.

      The co-working space is Tel Aviv with an area of ​​3,000 square meters will be located in the Nitsba Tower located in the city centre. According to Igor Rybakov, the owner of SOK and the Managing Partner of the “Technonikol” Corporation, now there are 25 metropolitan cities in the world with the demand for flexible offices doubling annually. These include Tel Aviv, New York, Moscow, London and Berlin.

      By 2022, the company is planning to open five more co-working spaces with a total area of ​​20 thousand square meters in Israel.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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