With the vision of creating Erbil’s first community driven co-working space, Re:Coded House was launched, and now gears up to boost the tech community through the Erbil Tech Fest.
By SWB Team
Every community needs a home. Erbil’s bustling community of entrepreneurs now has one, thanks to Re:Coded, the leading coding school in Iraq. With the vision of creating Erbil’s first community driven co-working space, Re:Coded House was launched last March, aiming to create a space for Erbil’s growing tech and startup ecosystem – now, with their own Erbil Tech Fest.
Located in the center of Erbil, opposite the World Trade Center, the House is open for creatives, entrepreneurs, freelancers and tech-enthusiasts to come together to co-work and co-create. Alongside our co-working offerings, the House features a vast array of workshops, programs, and events.
Entrepreneurs can make use of their snazzy meeting rooms, mingle in the lounge and prototype their next product idea in our makerlab. The space also features workshops with technology and entrepreneurship experts; hackathons where entrepreneurs can meet a cofounder, and access to exclusive members-only events.
No, the organization is gear up to launch the first ever Erbil Tech Fest this summer, which will be hosting a series of workshops, events, masterclasses and jams for tech lovers and creators to come to.
Stay tuned on their launch on Re:Coded’s website.