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Top Coworking Spaces in Italy

10 EUR /d
Millepiani Coworking, Rome

Millepiani Coworking

5/5

Millepiani is an open space of 400 square meters, which includes an event space (100 seats and projection screen), a meet... More

15 EUR /d
Labora Coworking, Pavia

Labora Coworking

5/5

A social shared office space in Pavia, Labora Coworking could just be what you’re looking for. Especially if you’re a... More

35 EUR /d
Vineyarts Co-working, Rome

Vineyarts Co-working

5/5

Our co-working space is housed in one of the most beautiful buildings in Rome located a stone-throw away from Campo di Fi... More

25 EUR /d
FAMO COSE, Rome

FAMO COSE

5/5

A makerspace with coworking, FAMO COSE is a hybrid space where freelancers, startups, makers and DIYers can thrive in. Lo... More

Recent Reviews of Shared Office Space in Italy

I worked at the Florence TSH Collab for several months over the summer and autumn of 2019 and found it by... Show More
Jamie Mackay
Millepiani it’s the perfect example of a co-working environment where you’ll feel right away that you... Show More
Vincenzo Zuccarini
Millepiani is surely a genuine one-of-a-kind coworking space very well connected to the city center of Ro... Show More
Jose Alonso
Having worked at quite a few coworking spaces, and several TSH Collabs I can safely say TSH Collab Firenz... Show More
Sander Mangel

Coworking Space in Italy

The ever-evolving nature of work has led to a dramatic increase in the amount of cowork spaces in Italy, which prove to be a more financially-viable option for startups and small-to-medium enterprises looking for shared office space. Coworking is slowly becoming the norm for Italian businesses big and small. Having the option to explore and cowork from a variety of shared work spaces in major cities like Rome or Milan allows entrepreneurs to collaborate and grow their network. In coworking spaces across Italy, freelancers and remote teams have the opportunity to engage in professional development training, attend panels and lectures, take part in networking events, and much more.

History of Shared Work Spaces in Italy

In recent months as the market continues to expand, finding a shared office rental in Italy has become much easier than in years past. Now, even smaller, remote towns offer work spaces for location-independent professionals to cowork. Plus, Italy is home to the Coworking Project, which is an organization that promotes flexible desk rentals within traditional offices and temporary work spaces. These pop-up coworking spaces in Italy allow entrepreneurs to cowork from a wide range of unique locations, which makes ‘work’ feel a little less like work and a lot more like fun!

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For remote professionals looking to cowork from a shared office, there are a variety of coworking spaces in Italy that can accommodate the needs of startup teams, freelancers, and even large corporations. Finding the right cowork space is simplified by Coworker’s database, which includes a searchable system of shared work spaces near you. Filter your results by location, price, amenities, accessibility, and more! Before long, you’ll be working from the Italy cowork space of your dreams.

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The land of pizza, fashion and wine washing down pasta, Italy's capital city Rome is home to the Vatican City and landmark ancient ruins that leave you gaping in astonishment. Whilst Florence shows the world its Renaissance treasures such as its paper and leather artisans alongside Michelangelo's "David", Milan is the fashion capital over run with models and designer labels and romantic Venice has its maze of canals.

Italy is one of the largest fiber-optic markets in Europe with more than 20 million people in the 15 largest cities connected to the Internet and the government aiming for 50% of all its citizens to have access to high-speed Internet by 2020, extending the fiber-optic network into its rural areas. With terrorism concerns high on the agenda of the government, new laws came into effect restricting the opening of new Wi-Fi hotspots, which put Italy's number of hot spots 5 times lower than that of France. This new law was repealed in 2012. The government jumps in with filtering the Internet where child pornography is concerned and on some P2P web sites.

The general consensus on the digital startup scene appears to be one that Italy is becoming an innovation-friendly place where it is much easier to kick-off a new company than 4 years ago. This is attributed to the government's "Italian Startup Act" making it easier to launch a company, obtain funding and it has a Startup Visa Program targeting non EU-countries. With Italy's history as being a small business domain, there is no shortage of budding creative entrepreneurs, but there is a shortage of digital savvy technicians.

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