While living costs continue to climb higher in the German capital, there are still a slew of shared working spaces which offer affordable monthly spots - for as little as 50 euros a month for unlimited access in central areas. Berlin boasts over 100 co-working spaces, most which have sprung up within the last decade, and many within the last year. Often set up in former factories, industrial hubs and even an old parish house, these spaces are like large living rooms which encourage productivity with the aid of fast WiFi, lively networking events and ubiquitous coffee. We look at some of the coolest, most creative and cheapest spots to plant your laptop in Berlin, whether you’re seeking out space for your whole company, or are a freelancer looking for a more inspiring atmosphere than your flat. 1) The Factory Built into a former factory that used to divide east and west Berlin, the Factory is now one of Berlin’s hippest start-up spots. You’ll even … [Read more...] about What are Berlin’s most affordable co-working spaces?
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This article is available to Members of The Local. Read more Membership Exclusives here. “If there is one place in the world that could kick this colossus in the nuts,” says Larry Pageblank, “it is Kreuzberg and Berlin.” The colossus is Google. And “Larry Pageblank” is the playful pseudonym - Larry Page is a co-founder of Google - of a man who is taking a stand against the American tech giant and what he sees as its malign influence on the world. The name of Pageblank’s network, “Fuck off Google”, is also a message - a fairly unsubtle one at that. “Fuck off Google” is just the most colourfully named group of several that want to stop one of the largest companies in the world from expanding into Kreuzberg. Key allies include Shitstorm, an “anarchical newspaper” handed out at anti-Google meetings, and Bizim Kiez, a group battling to stop gentrification in Kreuzberg. The groups’ names alone … [Read more...] about Google is coming to Berlin Kreuzberg and locals are far from happy. Here’s why
Updated 10:52 am, Sunday, May 20, 2018 Photo: Paul Zinken, AP Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 A banner reading 'Occupied' is fixed in front of a house in Berlin, Sunday, May 20, 2018. Police say activists protesting rising rents and the gentrification of neighborhoods in the German capital have occupied nine vacant buildings. The dpa news agency reported Sunday the buildings included apartments in several Berlin neighborhoods including the trendy Kreuzberg, Neukoelln and Friedrichshain. (Paul Zinken/dpa via AP) less A banner reading 'Occupied' is fixed in front of a house in Berlin, Sunday, May 20, 2018. Police say activists protesting rising rents and the gentrification of neighborhoods in the German capital have occupied ... more Photo: Paul Zinken, AP Activists occupy 9 vacant Berlin buildings in rent protest … [Read more...] about Activists occupy 9 vacant Berlin buildings in rent protest
Berlin ranks first in front of cities like Hong Kong, Paris and London when it comes to rising real estate prices, a study released on Tuesday found. Three other German cities also made it into the top ten. It comes as no surprise that Berlin prices are on the rise. However, that Berlin ranks as the city with the fastest rising real estate market in the world is a staggering statistic for the capital's inhabitants. According to a Global Residential Cities Index from British consulting firm Knight Frank, real estate prices in the rest of the world aren't rising at even nearly the same rate as in Berlin. On average, the growth rate in real estate prices internationally is at 4.5 percent, down from the 7 percent average recorded a year before. This means that for much of the rest of the world, the percentage of increase in real estate prices has dropped. READ MORE: 'In Berlin's housing market people are getting mad, getting scared' At the end of 2016, there were 12 cities, most … [Read more...] about Berlin has the fastest rising housing prices in the world, study finds
Split View Views Article contents Figures & tables Video Audio Supplementary Data PDF Cite Citation Kathleen Burgess, Katherine M. Atkinson, Jacqueline Westeinde, Natasha Crowcroft, Shelley L. Deeks, Kumanan Wilson, for the Public Health Agency of Canada/Canadian Institutes of Health Research Influenza Research Network (PCIRN) Program Delivery and Evaluation Group; Barriers and facilitators to the use of an immunization application: a qualitative study supplemented with Google Analytics data, Journal of Public Health, Volume 39, Issue 3, 1 September 2017, Pages e118–e126, https://doi.org/10.1093/pubmed/fdw032 Download citation file: RIS (Zotero) EndNote BibTex Medlars ProCite RefWorks Reference Manager © 2018 Oxford University Press Close Permissions Share Email Twitter Facebook Navbar Search Filter All All Journals Mobile Microsite Search Term Sign In … [Read more...] about Barriers and facilitators to the use of an immunization application: a qualitative study supplemented with Google Analytics data