After the reshaping of work culture, co-working spaces are wrapping up big and small towns worldwide, and the same is happening in Italy. The country was initially famous for tourism and is now moving towards unique co-working spaces with an ever-growing number every years as more and more people continue to visit the country and take their work with them.
The opportunity to discover and co-work from various shared workspaces in cities like Milan or Rome enables businesspersons to collaborate and expand their network. Due to the easy access to co-working spaces across Italy, remote teams and freelancers can be involved in professional development training, attend lectures and boards, participate in organizing events, and more professionally.
Here is a list of some of Italy’s most famous co-working spaces.
This charismatic and enigmatic building is home to Copernico Garibaldi, providing a bright future for businesses. One of Italy’s most unique co-working spaces is located close to the Porta Susa train station, on the corner of Via Garibaldi.
Copernico Garibaldi is known for elegance and grace, having heavy wooden doors, frescoed ceilings, and granite columns. It offers a stimulating environment to the users, which includes offices, coworking spaces, meeting rooms, and a lounge; everything is perfectly modelled to fit the business needs.
Copernico Carlo Felice
It is at a prime location near banks, public offices, and activities, providing the users one of the benefits of the structure from which one can easily reach the port, the railway station, and the airport.
The workspace has a vast area covering 4,000 square meters that offer users the to work comfortably, carry out business meetings with professionals, organise different events or even just relax for a moment.
Copernico offers a workspace that includes 250 workstations furnished offices, 50 workstations, 15 meeting rooms, and a hall for over 300 events yearly, along with the lounge, the small café, the break areas, and a terrace having a panoramic view of the city.
Impact Hub Syracuse
Impact Hub in Sicily was established by some social innovators who expressed a keen interest in creating work and meeting places to which individuals interested in the project could be added with the time. i.e., professionals have profiles from international collaboration to project management, microfinance, and events organisation.
Hub Syracuse’s co-working accelerates cooperation and synergies among people and projects with a shared vision. Impact Hub Syracuse is also a business accelerator, one of Italy’s most unique and distinctive co-working spaces, where one can find like-minded souls, arrange events and get work done comfortably.
In recent years, with the ever-increasing market, finding a co-working space has become easy across the world, and the same is the case with Italy. Nowadays, even smaller, far-flung towns offer shared rental offices for location-independent professionals to co-work. Italy has become a home to the Co-working Project, an organisation that stimulates flexible desk rentals in traditional offices and temporary workspaces. These co-working spaces enable businesspersons to co-work from wide-ranging unique locations that make ‘work’ feel a little less like work and much more fun!