Berlin is Live! Meet Our Fantastic Workspace Partner

If you seen yet… we’ve launched our newest city, Berlin!

Our team is ecstatic to have launched this incredible, innovative, artistic city. With amazing community, history, art, food and much more, their is always something going on. Don’t just take it from us, our amazing workspace partners, shared their favorite things about Berlin. Plus they gave us details about their awesome new space, in the heart of Berlin. Check it out below!

What is CoWomen?

CoWomen is Berlin’s first community club and coworking space for women. A place where driven women cowork in a beautiful space and support each other to thrive. CoWomen also helps them unleash their potential by offering them inspiring community events, workshops to develop their skills, and exclusive mentoring. We launched this idea with a Pop-Up, and now, we’re moving to a bigger space to bring together an even bigger community of inspiring women. We’ll be filling an amazing new location in the Alte Münze in Berlin-Mitte with a welcoming community area, productive working space, a creative studio, and so much more from early 2019 onwards.

How did the idea come about?

It all began when Hannah, our cofounder, was struggling to find a place both for her newborn son, Henry, and herself. She was looking for a perfect place for her every-work-day. An idea was born. Since then, Hannah’s idea has grown into a place that offers everything a working woman needs.
When Hannah reached out for more women to join CoWomen, she didn’t have to look too far. Sara, a well-known former colleague in software consultancy, got on board and added skills in project management and community building to the team. At the same time, Kat joined to head the communication strategy having gained ample marketing experience in NYC, London, and Berlin.

What do you love so much about the community at CoWomen? 

What we love about our community is that the women that come into the space aren’t just another number – not only do we connect with them all, but they do so with each other. These women are making a difference in the world and actively engaging with the community by exchanging experiences and sharing inspiration. We connect women with each other and mentors, offering them the perfect environment to help them achieve their goals and make their dreams come true.

Why do you think Berlin needs this women-only space? 

We firmly believe in the positive effect of strengthening women in business and the enormous impact they can have on society and the economy. Everyone profits from more successfully working women! And because building networks is a deciding factor to achieve this, it’s what we focus on at CoWomen. By creating an inspiring space where driven women can connect to together shake up the (working) world, we want to help women unleash their potential and become the next generation of female leaders.

What is your favorite thing about Berlin? 

Hannah: That it’s always changing!
berlinSara: No matter what you wear or what you do, there is someone crazier than you in this city. I love that feeling, and I love that this city never sleeps.
Kat: I love Berlin’s laidback vibe. Having moved from other big cities, I like the fact that Berlin has all the diversity and opportunities that other big cities have but takes everything one step slower. It’s less hurried and people don’t just live to work here.

Where is your favorite place in Berlin? 

Kat: I’m a total book nerd, so Dussmann in the Friedrichstraße is my favorite spot in Berlin. It’s a huge bookstore – or better said “KulturKaufhaus” as they call it, which roughly translates to “culture department store” – that you can get lost in for hours. They also have a great English section inside!
Sara: The market at Herrmann-Platz. I love the buzz, the active and happy sellers, and the smell of fresh vegetables and Mexican street food.
Hannah: I love a little place on Karl-Marx-Allee under a Japanese cherry tree. It changes its color so beautifully in spring. From there you can look along Karl-Marx-Allee with a view of the fountain at Strausberger Platz and at the end you can see the TV tower. A place with a lot of velocity and yet so much endurance.
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Book your month in Berlin on Behere to connect with their amazing community and enjoy everything this city has to offer. Learn more about how booking with Behere helps make exploring a new city easier here.

Women's Only Coworking Space: Our Two Day Event

An aerial shot of our women’s only coworking pop-up event (look at that blue!).

Women Supporting Women

After frequenting numerous coworking spaces around the world, we know there is a need and desire for female-only spaces. With all these fantastic, female-only coworking spaces popping up around the world, there are still almost none in Asia. After our founder, Meesen Brown, entered one-too-many male dominated spaces, she decided to create her own space. A space for women to meet, connect, chat and share tips and experiences. But most importantly, a space for them to feel comfortable, and for it to be a beautiful space that cultivates creativity and inspiration. Thus, our women’s only coworking space pop-up was born.

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The sign out front of the event space.

We hosted this coworking space as a two day event in Chiang Mai, Thailand, in collaboration with our partner, Coworker and it was AMAZING. The event was free, thanks to our team at Behere and Coworker treated everyone to their first coffee and snacks. Float Chiang Mai also sponsored the event, providing tasty and healthy vegan bars.
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Our partner, Coworker’s, sign and some snacks.

The event was full of interesting conversations, inspiring stories and meaningful connections. With more than 60 women from 14 countries over the course of two days, there was a great turn out. The women shared their experiences traveling, what prompted them to take the leap to start working while traveling and for many, how they started their own businesses to do so.
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Some of the ladies at the event working and chatting.

We held a quick introduction chat to better get to know one another, hear about each others exciting projects, and spread the word about what we’re creating at Behere. We’ll be sharing some of the women’s stories this week so stay tuned to hear what inspired them and how they created flexible lifestyles that they truly love.
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Gathering poolside for our introduction chat.

To wrap up the two-day event we held drinks at a nearby rooftop during sunset. Some women who couldn’t make it during the day showed up for that and despite the chilly (70°F weather – that’s chilly for Thailand!) everyone had a great time.
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Watching the sunset over the mountains of Chiang Mai.

Special thanks to our awesome partners and sponsors who made this event possible and to the inspiring women who attending. We’re looking forward to hosting more events like this around the world and were thrilled by the success and response of this one. We know the need for these spaces and connections with female communities is an important part of what we’re doing and we can’t wait for more to come. There will be video footage and featured stories from some the women to follow, stay tuned!

Best Coworking Spaces For Women Around the World

Coworking spaces designed for women are beginning to pop up around the world, as traditional offices are becoming a thing of the past. Modern technology and the ability to work from anywhere, anytime, has created a surge in co-working spaces.  These spaces offer many perks and great opportunities for networking. The collaborative spaces for women are becoming more popular as the benefits of being surrounded by a community of women who value collaboration over competition and inspire each other are being recognized.

Here’s our list of some of the best coworking spaces for women around the world:

Rise Collaborative Workspace

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Rise Collaborative

Location: St. Louis, MO
Instagram: @risecollaborativeworkspace

This beautiful, light-filled coworking space in St Louis has a dynamic community of women. RISE has an amazing, unique feature, their teen membership model, which allows teen girls to work in the space and engage in mentorship or internship programs. This helps young women better shape their future and get involved with mentors.

New Women Space

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New Women Space, Brooklyn

Location: Brooklyn, New York
Instagram: @newwomenspace

New Women Space has an amazing vision, to create a positive, lasting impact in their community through in-person gatherings. All their programs are led by self-identified women, femme, queer, trans and gender nonconforming individuals as an active response to the social inequalities faced by many daily. They help support the community and offer affordable tools, resources and space.

The Hivery

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Hivery space

Location: San Francisco
Instagram: @thehivery

The Hivery is a breathtaking, collaborative and creative coworking space, where women can pursue their work, passions, ideas and futures. They are an inclusive community and believe in creating a space for women to have a sense of belonging and connect with the community.

Hera Hub

Hera Hub
Hera Hub

Locations: San Diego (x2), Washington DC, Sweden
Instagram: @herahub

Hera Hub is a coworking space and business accelerator where female entrepreneurs can create and collaborate in a professional, productive, spa-like environment. Their platform provides members with connections to other business experts, access to educational workshops, and visibility within their community. They also value flexibility and believe women should have the option to work from home but have access to a professional space when needed.


Riveter Seattle
Riveter Seattle

Locations: Seattle (x3)
Instagram: @theriveterco

The Riveter is a collaborative space that gives women the opportunity to cultivate skills, share expertise, grow networks, and fuel their mind, body and soul. They believe women deserve a place to define success on their own terms. That said they aren’t a private social club, and welcome men and allies into their membership and movement to empower all women everywhere.


Oneroof Melbourne
Oneroof Melbourne

Location: Melbourne, Australia
Instagram: @oneroofwomen

Oneroof is Australia’s leading co-working space for women-led businesses. Oneroof is more than just a co-working space, it is a community, home and ecosystem, that provides everything a female entrepreneur needs, under ‘one roof’. They also have an incubator program that offers support to members at all stage of their entrepreneurial journey. 


Shecosystem space
Shecosystem space

Location: Toronto
Instagram: @shecosystem

Shecosystem is a work-life space where women and feminists of all genders thrive by connecting with community and making self-care part of their business strategy. Shecosystem is a open, flexible co-working space that is inviting of women, trans and non-binary people and allies of all genders, who work independently but want to connect with a community that values holistic wellbeing.

Women In Kind

WINK space

Location: Denver
Facebook: @winkworking

Women in Kind is a new co-working space created to address the needs and pain points for women in business. They have a clean, safe and warm space that offers private desks and private offices, in addition to on-site play spaces for children, meal planning and delivery services, dry-cleaning delivery and more. The services and amenities they offer revolve around how they can provide support for working women’s specific needs.

We love spaces where women feel comfortable to connect, share, inspire and collaborate around the world. That’s why we created Behere, to create these connections with women in cities around the world and empower them to embrace flexibility.

Banner photo: The Hivery in San Francisco