'Remote'/Distance working strategies and combined policy and support packages can help business setup or transfer and to integrate new people and businesses in the local communities

Digital nomads, remote working, rural hubs/co-working spaces and digital commuting are all opportunities for rural areas throughout Europe to revitalise communities and offer young people the chance to work and develop their careers. Join our @InterregCARPEDIGEM  webinar and discover what our project partners are developing in Madeira, Donegal in Ireland’s North West and rural Nièvre in Burgundy

To register: uni-lj-si.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYrc-Ghqj8tG90dE6HsRwESxJ9uoAZx52pr
Micaela Vieira: Startup Madeira Project Manager: The Regional Government of Madeira, through Startup Madeira, has developed the structure for a pilot project – Digital Nomads Madeira Islands. This initiative offers a range of measures to attract digital nomads to Madeira and Porto Santo. digitalnomads.startupmadeira.eu
Anne Marie Conlon; Head of Economic Development, Donegal County Council, Ireland: Donegal Remote Working Strategy for business and remote workers. www.donegalcoco.ie/media/donegalcountyc/mediahub/documents/Remote%20Working%20for%20Business%20Strategy.pdf
Sophie Lacour, Nièvre Attractive: Head of Territorial Attractiveness at Nièvre Attractive and Clive Peckham, Nièvre Numérique: Territorial ‘Welcoming packages’; digital and innovation networks to attract new permanent and residents