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Coworking Europe Survey 2010

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Coworking is taking off in Europe. More than 150 spaces have opened, so far. The trend is gaining in force. Here is a survey regarding the situation of Coworking in Europe.

Coworking is taking off in Europe. More than 150 spaces have opened, so far. The trend is gaining in force. Here is a survey regarding the situation of Coworking in Europe.

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  • Most of the coworking spaces were created in the last two years
  • Growing, business model and impact

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  • 1. Mapping coworking spaces in Europe: a bottom-up engine of growth Jean-Yves Huwart (Enterprise Globale) Katarzyna Szkuta (Tech4i2) David Osimo (Tech4i2)
  • 2. Growing Number of coworking spaces in Europe - extrapolation from the survey sample
  • 3. Small and swarming
  • 4. Business model
  • 5. Economically Sustainable Only 25% of the surveyed coworking spaces received support from local public authorities to launch their project
  • 6. Innovative For the majority of the survey respondents (66%), being in coworking space stimulates the creativity of the members to a great extent.
  • 7. European policy dimension • Nurturing entrepreneurial mindset • Stimulating innovation and creativity • Renewing urban landscapes • Developing new working models and encouraging telework • Life long learning in the Learning Society • Flexicurity in action • Active ageing – working after the retirement age • Fostering social innovation
  • 8. with the support of
  • 9. with the support of