Co-working: it’s a money maker

They have names such as atelier de fabrication (fablab), bricothèquecafé associatif or relais Amap but these makerspaces or co-working places could create thousands of jobs - many in hard-hit rural areas.

The government has revealed a €110million three-year plan, including €50million of private money, to create more such tiers lieux where people of different backgrounds and skills can meet, share and find ideas, and collaborate to build much-needed new businesses.

Tiers lieux are areas ...

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