The technopolis “Moscow” begins the construction of Europe’s largest educational coworking

    Europe’s largest educational coworking will be built on the territory of Technopolis Moscow. According to the authors of the project, it should become the center of Russian entrepreneurial activity. The Association of Initiatives and Entrepreneurship ( AIP ) and the technopolis “Moscow” and the State Budget Institution “Small Business of Moscow” signed a tripartite agreement on joint work on the project on September 3.

    The area of ​​the coworking zone will be 4000 square meters. Coworking will be divided into three educational environments:

    1. Create your own company environment - for startups and novice entrepreneurs;

    2. “Inevitability” environment - for existing entrepreneurs who already have a high level of expertise and will exchange experience - each in their own field;

    3. Wednesday "24/7" - the territory of free work.

    The project is designed for 500 jobs. In addition, within the framework of coworking, a consulting service will be available on issues related to doing business: attracting investments, outsourcing of operating activities and much more. On the territory of the coworking zone will create all conditions for round-the-clock work. They will definitely place a library, places for recreation, entertainment and sports.

    The private banking sector is responsible for financing co-working. About 100 million rubles will be invested in the project. The opening of Europe's largest educational coworking be held in the second half of 2016, reports the agency urban news "Moscow".

    August 27, Vedomosti, citing sources in Internet companiesreported that the Moscow government allocated a building in the center of the capital for the so-called Internet House. The building is located at: Myasnitskaya street, d. 13, building. 18. The area of ​​the premises is about 5800 square meters. Now it is being renovated at the expense of the city budget. It will be possible to call into it no earlier than the first half of 2016.

    The cadastral value of this building is 1.3 billion rubles. But the city agreed to provide it to the Internet industry for free. Vyacheslav Volodin, deputy head of the presidential administration, promised to allocate a building for holding events and discussing Internet development and government initiatives to the Internet industry, Vedomosti sources said.

    The very idea of ​​the site was proposed by the Internet Initiatives Development Fund (IIDF) and the Russian Association of Electronic Communications. IIDF, as the author of the initiative, will occupy most of the new House. In addition to the IIDF office, this fund will host an accelerator for this fund, coworking for startups and a conference room, said a representative of IIDF Sergey Skripnikov.

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