Linköping-headquartered co-working space DOSPACE, which offers flexible office space in medium-sized cities around Sweden, has raised 7.8 million crowns from Almi and private investors to expand in both, existing and new locations, further develop the product and increase growth potential.

The pandemic and the emerging gig economy have led to a significant increase in demand for coworking, for flexible office and workplace solutions. More and more people work from home, which reduces the need for traditional offices.

“DOSPACE has a well-packaged coworking solution and has reached a turnover of close to 15 million Swedish crowns in three years.”

Jenny Engerfelt, Fund Manager at Almi Invest.

“DOSPACE’s expertise in designing environments, creating atmosphere and running service has created the so-called DOSPACE feel, which attracts many members. We think the timing for DOSPACE is just right and believe in strong growth in the coming years,” Engerfelt said in a statement.

DOSPACE started its operations in 2017 with a site in Linköping and has since grown to run a total of seven offices in four cities, In 2026, the plan is for the company to have 30 sites in 10 cities.

“We want to be the obvious player to create lively meeting places for the business community in the medium-sized cities in Sweden and an obvious partner to real estate companies.”

Niclas Söör, CEO of DOSPACE
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