A coworking near you
Workplace, coworking space, office rental, shared office, etc. call it what you like. There are versions to suit all tastes. I call it “my office”.
Whatever name you give it, I’ll tell you what coworking in Majadahonda means to me.
I have been self-employed for more than 22 years. I have worked from home, I have shared an office, I have had my own office, but in 2015 I found myself working on my own again and I decided to look for an affordable place where I could work.
Before looking at the Majadahonda Coworking, I looked in Villanueva de la Cañada, in the Villanueva del Pardillo City Council business center, and even in Las Rozas, but there were few suitable places and I ended up in the Majadahonda coworking almost because there was no alternative. They had just opened in 2014.
Whenever I return to Madrid, I return to CowUp to work. And not just for work, but also to share, to chat, to seek opinions, to solve doubts or just to have lunch or a coffee with a coworking colleague. The Majadahonda coworking has become my second family.
Every time I return I see familiar faces and new people to talk to, share with or consult. There is always a conversation, a good morning, a “How are you?” and above all an exchange of experiences and new ideas. And humour, a lot of humour and a lot of laughter.
I wouldn’t change it for anything.
Today is a holiday in Madrid and I have been able to come to work at the coworking, and I am not alone. The doors are always open and so are the friendships. I can have a snack and a coffee with people who make my life more pleasant.
Over the years I have met many people. Some have stayed, others for different reasons have left to not return. But I have pleasant memories of them all. Poles, Germans, British and above all Spaniards. They all gave me something. Now I try to reciprocate.
This is Coworking Majadahonda for me. A place to share. To lend a hand. To contribute opinions or resolve doubts. Something different every day.
Without all these people, with whom I have shared my working days, my life would not have been the same.
I am Alfonso. A coworker. This is my opinion. If you decide to come, welcome!