There is nothing as valuable as the time we are given and we encourage you to make the most of it.
For just 5 cents per minute, you’re invited to enjoy free Wi-Fi, fresh coffee & tea, vegan and vegetarian food, co-working facilities, inspiring events and much more at our anticafé.
Most of our ingredients come directly from farmers of community supported agriculture: organic, fair, regional, seasonal and of high quality. Our food is always fresh and made with love.
We offer fast internet & printing, Skype cabins & a meeting room as well as an inspiring working atmosphere to make your work the most effective. We host events for freelancers and entrepreneurs to improve skills, network and keep updated with this world’s fast-changing industries.
Be’kech is a community-driven space for everyone in our neighbourhood. Everyone of our customers can take on ownership to shape the future of be’kech. This concept can only work if those who can pay more support those who can’t. When you „check out” you can choose to pay only for the minutes you spent here or add a little to support our community and pay it forward.
In the evenings, be’kech transforms into a space for music, culture and the arts. We regularly show independent movies, host live concerts and organise readings.
We have no place for sexism, homophobia, transphobia, any form of racism such as anti-Muslim racism, anti-Jewish racism, any sort of discrimination as well as violent or aggressive behaviour. Be'kech is a safe space for all, an open forum for dialogue, criticism and hope and a place where we stand up for one another.
We are excited to spend time with you!
With a background in Digital Film, New Media and Design Management (University of Huddersfield, UK/ Aalto University, FI) Nina employs creative methodologies, namely human-centred design thinking, to support start-ups and NGOs alike in the fields of team management, conceptualisation, user experience, social impact metrics and prototyping pilots. Her experience comes from leading, documenting and consulting on projects empowering marginal groups of society in Finland, Germany, Lithuania, Spain as well as most of the MENA region, Mexico and South Africa among others.
With 14+ years of work experience in 36+ countries and as a serial entrepreneur herself she does not only understand the start-up world but has also gathered in-depth knowledge of all phases from ideation through launching and exit strategies. Louna has founded 9 companies of which 3 were sold within 6 months after launch. Having founded tunesisters Entertainment back in 2002, she focuses on the production of handpicked events and talent booking in Germany, Japan, North Africa and the Middle East while promoting the rich cultures of the world. Educated in the U.S., France, Finland, Germany, and the UK; she studied Law and Economics at University of Applied Sciences, Südwestfalen (Germany) as well as Business Management at University of Wales (UK).
Project and Events Manager
Rhianna grew up in London and moved to Berlin in January 2018. She graduated with a politics degree from Cambridge in 2015, and has spent the last few years working as a project and community coordinator with youth organisations in the USA, Ghana and UK. She has curated and facilitated a wide-range of events and exhibitions, often focused on the themes of migration, technology and political engagement. Her writings have been published on platforms such as the Huffington Post, The Independent, gal-dem and NoFlyOnTheWall. In her free time, she writes, reads and plans her next weird travel adventures.