Tunisia: First Coworking Space Inaugurated in Polytechnic Shool of Tunisia

Tunis/Tunisia — The first coworking space achieved as part of a public-private partnership between Vivo energy (the brand that distributes and markets Shell products in Tunisia) and the Polytechnic School of Tunisia, was inaugurated this weekend.

This space offers polytechnic students the opportunity for high added-value work and activities, to organise exhibitions, conferences in person or via the Internet, to share experiences and to boost scientific initiatives.

It includes several official and unofficial meeting rooms and spaces with computer and audiovisual equipment for group activities.

This initiative is part of Vivo energy's corporate social responsibility programmes through a partnership with the public sector. Vivo energy is endeavouring to strengthen the education and training sectors in matters of leadership, road safety and environmental protection, in addition to its contribution to the support of young promoters.

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