Be inspired by Sandrine Benattar

« What strikes me about Sandrine Benattar is not how much she fits the picture of a refined, intelligent and successful French woman. Rather, it is her pragmatism; her gentle, yet direct manner, and the fact that she refuses to add complexity to issues that she sees as rather straightforward. »


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More than a shared workspace: a place for professional and personal connections

Soleilles is wonderfully decorated, boldly asserting a feminine touch, even if, of course, the space is home to all kinds of people, including consultants, coaches, freelancers, and employees of small businesses such as European startups who want to test the French market. With discussions, workshops, picnics, and two meeting rooms available for reservations, Soleilles is a warm and welcoming space that imparts energy and positive vibes to these busy little bees of the economy who are working to start a company or make progress on any number of different projects. It also promotes cooperation between members, occasionally with very fruitful partnerships at hand.


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« We all come from very different univers but we figure out solutions all together » »

« This coworking space, with a feminine touch, welcomes nomad workers at the heart of Paris and stimulates contact between workers.

Working at home is synonym of freedom but also presents some disadvantages : a complicated rhythm, loneliness…

Sandrine Benattar, a former marketing developer in important firms, experienced those disadvantages when she launched from her home, a website dedicated to children’s words. Therefore she had the idea to create a coworking space based on models she discovered in New York and Philadelphia. « Soleilles Cowork has the particularity to be multi-sector and created by 5 women, even if we welcome everyone », explains Sandrine Benattar. Those 5 managers opened the coworking space in 2011 : 250 m2 at the heart of Paris, right next to Bourse. »


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A women friendly space

Sharing a workplace… but also skills, its network and taking part in other members’ project. These are the challenges of Soleilles Cowork in Paris. Created in september 2011 by 5 women, this coworking space is aiming at helping nomad workers, national and international, to develop their projects. In particular, women managing is in the heart of the concept.

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Women’s image

Paris, rue Vivienne, in the neighborhoods of la Bourse. Right behind a porch, an ancient paved courtyard and at the end of it, an office for nomad workers : this is Soleilles Cowork.

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