CORAL-ITN Workshop “Collaborative spaces in Italy”

On the 26th of June 2024, Politecnico di Milano will host the CORAL-ITN Workshop “Collaborative Spaces in Italy” as a part of the National Knowledge Exchange Days (NaKEDs). The event features presentations on the CORAL-ITN project’s results and round table discussions on third workplaces and near working policies. The event will provide insights into the developments and challenges of coworking in rural areas and promote dialogue on policy making in Italy.

CORAL-ITN Workshop Agenda

Date: 26 June 2024

Location: Politecnico di Milano, 26 June, 2024, Aula Rogers, Via Andrea Maria Ampère, 10, Edificio 11

14.00-15.30: Presentation of the results of the CORAL-ITN project

Ilaria Mariotti and Federica Rossi (DAStU) 
Helyaneh Aboutalebi Tabrizi and Francesca Ciccarelli (DAStU)
Costantino Romeo (École polytechnique and Paris School of Business)

15.30-16.30: Round table: The networks of third workplaces

Moderator: Ilaria Mariotti (DAStU)

Michele Lo Russo – Italian Coworking
Gianluca Mastroianni – AUflex
Mauro Mordini – IWG
Chistine Moser – Impact Hub

16.30-17.30: Round table: policies for near working 

Moderator: Federica Rossi (DAStU)
Mariagrazia Bonzagni – SmartBo, Municipality of Bologna
Monica Mori – Near Working, Municipality of Milan
Mario Mirabile – Southworking

17:30-17:45: Discussion and conclusions

For more information please contact Ilaria.mariotti@polimi.it or francesca.ciccarelli@polimi.it

The workshop follows the conference WORKING SPACES IN EVOLUTION which will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the same hall.
https://www.som.polimi.it/event/convegno-spazi-di-lavoro-in-evoluzione/

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 955907.