Coworking centres are places of new forms of work. Here, especially people in creative jobs, IT entrepreneurs, start-ups and freelancers come together in open workspaces where the necessary infrastructure and workplaces are made available on a temporary basis. Coworking centres thus enable the emergence of new collaborative projects, which, however, can remain non-committal and flexible as to time.
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