2nd coworking open day at Shhared

Shhared is a recently-opened coworking space in Bahrenfeld with a distinctively international atmosphere. Alex (whom you can read about here) has announced a second coworking open day on Thursday 23rd April.

The date was chosen to coincide with St. George’s Day, which is the English counterpart to St. Patrick’s Day – albeit not as well known internationally.

Shhared is open Monday – Friday from 8am to 6pm and the open day is no exception. For those who haven’t been before: there is an open area for flexible coworking, a quieter area where you can rent a fixed desk, some offices for rent (one or two are still available) and meeting rooms.

The first coworking open day was on St. Patrick’s Day

The first coworking day was held on St. Patrick’s Day last month. There was a great atmosphere, with a diverse mix of people from countries across the world (including Germany!).  I’m sure this one will be just as good.


There is one fixed programme item for the day: Ferdinand Weps will be holding a workshop on online marketing and search optimisation. (Ferdinand and I work together under the Heaven & Weps banner.)

We’ll also be inaugurating a Speaker’s Corner at Shhared – the idea being that people are encouraged to drop their inhibitions when speaking in public in a fun and informal environment. Let’s see how many volunteers we get …

Oh, and jousting. More about that on the day!

How to get to Shhared

Shhared is just around the corner from the Gastwerk Hotel: Daimlerstraße 71c, 22761 Hamburg.

On public transport: take the S1 or S11 to Bahrenfeld station (and be careful not to take the S3 by accident, as I have done a few times). It is then about a 10 minute walk.

Alternatively, take the M3 bus, get off at Bornkampsweg around the corner, and walk about 3 minutes to Shhared. You can get the M3 bus from convenient locations like Holstenstraße and Feldstraße, making it easy to get to from anywhere on the U3 line.

Free entry and more information

You can get a free day’s coworking if you register on copass.org, search for Shhared and request a free ticket.

You can find more information on the Facebook event page.