We use cookies on this website.
By using this website, you consent to how we use cookies. You can obtain more information and find out what settings you can change here.
{{importantAnnouncement.HeadLine}}
{{importantAnnouncements[0].HeadLine}}
{{importantAnnouncement.HeadLine}}
Updated: {{importantAnnouncement.LastUpdated}}

Flexible meeting available at Stockholm Arlanda Airport with United Spaces

2018-11-26, kl. 14:43

The co-working company United Spaces is opening a temporary pop-up space at Stockholm Arlanda in Terminal 4. For a time, business travellers will be able to experience a sense of the atmosphere at United Spaces.

The Unitied Spaces stand at Stockholm Arlanda

United Spaces, one of the leading Nordic companies in co-working, will move into the airport’s Office One complex in the spring of 2019. Between November 26 and December 9, it will have a pop-up space located in Terminal 4. As many people as possible will have the chance to experience the atmosphere there and discover the flexible meeting possibilities available.

United Spaces provides flexible office solutions and co-working for various needs as well as meeting rooms and event venues. There will be different types of membership available, including Business Lounge, Flex Office and Private Office. Read more here about United Spaces.

“We are looking forward with excitement to the opening of United Spaces in Office One at Stockholm Arlanda in March 2019. As the first and only co-working concept at Stockholm Arlanda, we need to showcase what co-working and United Spaces are to passengers. By setting up a pop-up office in Terminal 4, we can do precisely that and increase awareness about United Spaces in a relevant target group,” says Karl Garberg, head of marketing at United Spaces.

Stockholm Arlanda is poised to be the leading airport in the Nordic region for business meetings and conferences. The Office One complex, adjacent to SkyCity and the terminals, provides premises that well meet the need for modern office space and meeting places with efficient transport links. Read more about Office One.

Photos: Katarina Gradzka, Johanna Hollgren and Karl Garberg from United Spaces.