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Why co-working? According to a survey conducted by Deskmag, the most important element of a co-working space is the community inside it. All these factors combined makes the personal, professional and social elements of co-working invaluable to an independent worker's business and social growth.

  • Below are just some examples of the many co-working spaces currently in place across Europe.


Re Federico Co-working

Auteur : alessandra sciurba - Publié le : 2013-04-26 13:14 -

Re Federico is a co-working space that experiments with new forms of economic collaboration. Development of a collective incubator of network enterprise in the cultural and environmental education areas.

Coroutine Lille

Auteur : Louise Hain - Publié le : 2013-04-19 13:18 -

The Coroutine is a hybrid space made by and for citizens providing an environment to work (co-working), exchange ideas, info, goods and services around the local life (“Veilleuse”+citizenlab) create, innovate and design new objects and concepts with different available tools (fablab+incubator).

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