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1.1 Definition and scope of the study

Coworking is a style of working that involves sharing a work environment, usually an office, while maintaining an independent business. Unlike the typical office environment, coworkers are not usually employed in the same organization

The first Italian coworking spaces were opened just over a decade ago, following the example of the United States, which opened the first coworking spaces in 2005. Today, in Italy, there are about 700 coworking spaces, well distributed in the main Italian cities. They are more present in the North of Italy, with 472 coworking spaces, especially in the Lombardy region, with Milan having 121 spaces. In 2020, in Italy, 50 more coworking spaces have been opened

These places not only welcome freelancers but also start-ups, entire sectors of a company, or workgroups. Moreover, it is possible to "rent" a meeting room for the morning or just for an hour, without having to think about tidying it up or cleaning it. With the pandemic, the concept of work has been rethought. Employees are becoming accustomed to working in places other than the traditional office. Companies are encouraging this evolution with the popularisation of telecommuting, and coworking is a promising trend for the future.

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Hugo S.

chargé d'études économiques, Xerfi

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Mathieu Luinaud

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Robin C.

PhD Industrial transformations

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Pierre D.

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Pierre D.

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Ross Alumni Club France

Arnaud W.

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Analyste de marché chez Businesscoot

Amaury de Balincourt

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Pierrick C.

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Maelle V.

Project Finance Analyst, Consulting

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Héloise Fruchard

Etudiante en Double-Diplôme Ingénieur-Manager Centrale

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Imane E.

EDHEC

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Vincent D.

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Eva-Garance T.

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Michela G.

Market Research Analyst

Michela G.

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Azelie P.

Market Research Analyst @Businesscoot

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Cantiane G.

Market Research Analyst @Businesscoot

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Jules D.

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Alexia V.

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Emil Ohlsson

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Anna O.

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Gabriel S.

Gabriel S.