"Coworking is a style of work which involves a shared working environment, sometimes an office, yet independent activity. Coworking is the social gathering of a group of people, who are still working independently, but who share values and who are interested in the synergy that can happen from working with talented people in the same place."(Source: Wikipedia).

The idea is to work both elsewhere and differently!

The original idea consists in enabling self-employed workers to escape the isolation of working from home and to offer their business venture an opportunity to socialise, within these premises and via this network.
For a coworking area is more than just a business centre or an incubator. It is the materialisation of a network of workers (often self-employed, independent, freelance...) and a community of values, work and lifestyle, that collectively form a shared heritage. It reunites people who come to work, exchange, learn, share and progress together.
Hence, coworking has become a concept that is synonymous to project creation and innovation, thanks to the pooling together - in a single location - of individuals with varying skills and ideas.

A work area open to all

The coworking area is a link between home and office, where you can come to work on a half-day or a full-day basis. Self-employed, students, researchers, artists, entrepreneurs, employees... coworking is open to anyone wishing to work and exchange.

Becoming a coworker at the Digital Forum means that you benefit not only from a shared (open plan) workspace, but also the opportunity to meet with a network of workers in the digital field and to join a community that encourages exchange and open relationships.

Whether you are looking to escape from isolation, to share, meet, create or innovate, the Digital Forum's coworking area is designed just for you!

An open space offering around 10 work stations with WiFi or wired Internet access.
Shares resources (books and magazines).

A studious yet relaxed atmosphere... and coffee!

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