Paris Saint Germain’s captain, Marquinhos, presenting Wojo’s ephemeral coworking offer at the Parc des Princes.
It’s not quite the loft spirit they are traditionally used to in coworking spaces. Its atmosphere is more sporty. Mobile professionals who are football fans will soon be able to work in the stands of the Parc des Princes. Not that the famous Paris Saint Germain stadium intends to be converted into a new career: this operation, led by one of the main players in coworking spaces, Wojo, and its co-shareholder, the Accor group, sponsor of the Parisian club through its loyalty program ALL – Accor Live Limitless, is naturally ephemeral.
Between 6 and 9 September 2021, part of the boxes and stands of the Parisian stadium will be transformed into a workplace. For the occasion, they will offer all the comfort of a traditional Wojo space, i.e. ergonomic and design furniture as well as a secure wifi connection. Among these, the Haussmann lounge, with a view on the lawn, will be divided into two spaces, one more animated and decorated with a snacking corner and the other more quiet to work in peace. As for the press gallery, it will also be accessible for working outdoors. A unique working environment designed not only for mobile workers, but also for companies, since meeting rooms and private offices with a view of the stadium will be available for half-day stays, subject to reservation.
To take advantage of this unique experience, you can register on the wojo.com website. The single fee of €24 per person includes a day of coworking, from 9am to 7pm, with breakfast and lunch included. But additional services are also included in the offer, such as a guided tour of the Parc des Princes, a food-truck to eat on the edge of the pitch, discounts in the PSG Megastore and a gift bearing the WOJO x Paris Saint-Germain logo.
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