Business Link is the largest chain of flexible office spaces in Poland (16 locations in the largest Polish cities). These are places for start-ups, freelancers, corporations and big design teams. Business Link High5ive is the third joint investment of Business Link and Skanska (after Warsaw and Poznan). There are 140 offices, 24 places in co-working zone, 5 conference halls and common spaces, kitchens, or telephone booths on nearly 4000 sq. m in High5ive. They’re characterized by both high standard of finishing and modern design. The offer of Business Link fits the so called co-working 2.0 standard. This is a complex service that includes office and creative space. On the other hand, apart from traditional co-working, there are private offices for lease and conference halls available 24/7 as well as developed acceleration programs for entrepreneurs. Business Link in High5ive will offer flexible lease conditions to companies. These offices may be leased for minimum three months and notice period lasts only one month.
The project of Business Link High5ive was prepared by Pracownia Architektury i Urbanistyki FBT in cooperation with Fruit Orchard. The designers created a bright interior full of greenery. Natural materials, colors and vegetal accents create a favorable working environment.
The space in High5ive is the second location of Business Link in Krakow (Business Link has been operating at Mogilskiej 65 Street since 2011). Business Link has 14 years of experience in supporting start-ups. It offered services to such companies as Uber, Brand24 or Groupon. Skanska invested in this society in April last year and they now co-create the ecosystem for start-ups, small and medium companies and business services sector. Business Link and Skanska are interested in expanding the investment map by new locations in the next years and thus becoming the largest society of entrepreneurs of the future in Central and Eastern Europe. Both companies plan to launch a new flexible office space in Wroclaw and Czech Prague this year. What’s more, they will also start a business activity on the Hungarian and Romanian markets.