On 3 December we officially moved to Rudi-Dutschke-Straße 23. The historical building, which used to serve as the HQ for daily newspaper, taz, is now a five-floor coworking space full of ambitious startups, entrepreneurs of all kinds, freelancers and aspiring world-changers.
Not only we have changed location, but we've upgraded to five floors of coworking space, more event venues, terraces on every floor, a bigger betahaus | Café and even a rooftop terrace. The space is still undergoing renovation, but will be fully open at the start of 2019. Currently, we have four floors open for Pro Members and a huge Club Lounge area on the first floor.
If you're not a member yet, now could be the time to consider it. Our memberships start from 99€ per month and include access to free Community Events like our weekly betabreakfast, Office Hour consultancy sessions with experts from diverse backgrounds, access to Meeting Rooms, and so much more. We also offer Team Desks, and you'll find Berlin-based startups like The Collective, Jolocom, Functional Aestetics and Industrial Analytics already working here.
It's always been called out as Berlin's best coworking cafes, and we couldn't move without it. So after a couple of months of downtime, the betahaus | Café has been relocated to Rudi-Dutschke-Straße 23. The space has two floors, an extensive coffee list, and tons of lunch options if you have an informal meeting or just need to get away for a quick break.
In the new location we have four incredible Event Spaces where you can host your next seminar, lecture, workshop, or party. All of our spaces give a spectacular view over Berlin Mitte and one is even directly connected to the rooftop terrace. If you want to inquire about our new spaces, get in touch here.
We're having our betahaus Christmas Fest and housewarming party on 13 December and would love to see you there! RSVP here and come check out the space yourself! We'll have lots of glühwein, a live band, and a really awesome Christmas Raffle sponsored by our friends and partners from Coboat, UrbanSportsClub, Donkey Republik, Mykita, Coffee Circle and many more.
The way we engage with the music community is something really important for us and honestly, what makes us different than other background music providers. A lot of the background music providers out there have internal teams of maybe five or six DJs that do all of the music for their clients. We aim to connect with the local scene and always work with local DJs. There's some kind of magic in finding the exact right artists for the brand.
And on the flip side of it, when we hire artists, we make sure that the project is also inspiring for them and that they would be interested in participating. We always make sure to pay them well. The whole project creates for them a new income stream that they wouldn't have otherwise.
Yes! This was really fun. The objective with the betahaus "betabeer sounds" playlist was to showcase the community side of betahaus. There are so many cool, interesting people in the betahaus community and we thought a playlist could be a perfect way to not only help bring the community together but also show the diverse funkiness of the communities of Berlin and Neukölln, which is why Hazy Pockets, a longtime local Berlin DJ known for his eclectic mixes, was perfect for this project.
This playlist moves from bluesy 60s rock into surf and tropicalia, picking up momentum into Motown and onwards through some laid back disco tunes. Perfect for the betabeer events betahaus hosts monthly!
Oh, there are just so many! Like the Imren Grill for instance where you can find the best homemade Turkish food or Das Gift and Gordon which are both run by great music people. Kohelenquelle in Prenzleuer Berg is my favorite local bar (or rather kneipe). To satisfy my techno / electronic records needs I always go to Hard Wax and one of my most special places is the Zions Kirche steeple, which has an awesome view of the city and a great Weinerei close by.