Sierra de la Demanda (Burgos) creates the “largest co-working space” in the world to reform and attract residents
The AGALSA-Sierra de la Demanda Rural Development Group, together with the Burgos Municipalities of Pradoluengo, Pineda de la Sierra and Atapuerca, have launched the “Demanda Rural Coorkin, the World’s Largest Joint Business,” “A virtual and virtual space to work, share and create. Innovation, coexistence, live and work ”This also aims to stabilize the population and attract new settlers.
“It targets anyone associated or not associated with Sierra de la Demanda, who would like to work for a day, season or for life from any city in this region. From ‘Demanda Coworking Rural’ we invite you to leave town for a few days, to work one season in the countryside. Spain, in one of the most attractive regions in Europe both for its heritage and its cultural and economic dynamism, ”the group noted in a statement sent to Europa Press.
Currently, the “Demand Coorking Rural” program has made available three buildings, enabling people who want to work from them, more than 1,000 square meters of facilities, with 50 individual and shared jobs, equipped with internet, office equipment, audiovisual equipment, meeting rooms, classrooms. For workshops, among other places.
Thus, the Pradoloingo City Council restored and equipped the old municipal slaughterhouse; The office in Pineda de la Sierra equipped former council offices and the office in Atapuerca has restored an old school warehouse. “In the coming months, more co-working spaces will be launched in other locations that have shown interest, in different regions of the Sierra de la Demanda,” he adds.
Twelve rural entrepreneurs from different sectors will sponsor “Rural Collective Action Demonstration” offers with their participation in three round tables, which will be broadcast live from each city starting tomorrow.