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Top Coworking Spaces in Italy

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

40 EUR /d
FAMO COSE, Rome

FAMO COSE

0/5

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

15 EUR /d
Toolbox Office, Torino

Toolbox Office

0/5

Toolbox merges spaces for businesses, professionals and young creatives to co work together for a more fun and productive... More

20 EUR /d
Cowo 360, Rome

Cowo 360

0/5

Coworking spaces with comfortable seats and a good level of privacy is what you’ll get in Cowo 360. Be it freelancers o... More

Recent reviews in Italy

When I'm in Donatello Coworking I feel network' good vibration. Sometimes coworkers are focused on their ... Show More
Viola Roech
I worked in that space for a few months and I enjoyed very much the time spent with the staff and other... Show More
Mystery Coworker
I used twice the meeting rooms and i found them very useful! Nice space!
Mystery Coworker
Good place to work in armony. Professional people work there. Cool coffe and relax time. Newspaper an mag... Show More
gemma gemma andronio

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 This new law was repealed in 2012.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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