The aim is to activate rural areas in the Kiel region. The study presents recommendations for a future viability through knowledge transfer and business start-ups in the Kiel region.
The report presents results and measures for the improvement of three technology and start-up centres (TGZ) in the county of Plön, as well as in the county of Rendsburg-Eckernförde in Schleswig-Holstein. On the basis of a user-centred analysis (interviews and workshops), prototypical ideas and measures were developed with tenants, operators and intermediaries from politics, planning, administration and sponsors. The objective of the commission was to examine to what extent co-working can be a component for the improvement of the TGZs and how this practice of collaboration in cooperation with users can be assessed for acceptance and 'regional embedding'. In a broader view, the report aims at allowing new forms of work, cooperation and networking between different actors from different sectors, regions of Schleswig-Holstein, including their fields of activity and areas of responsibility, to be linked to a reorientation of economic development.
New Actors for district development
Multiplicities analyses processes of value creation at the nearly 500 open maker spaces of COWERK – a Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) project.
Client: Institut für ökologische Wirtschaftsforschung IÖW, Universität Bremen, Fraunhofer Umsicht, Fraunhofer ISI, Verbund offener Werkstätten (VOW)
Collaborative work as a driving force in Brandenburg
Multiplicities organises real labs of collaborative working methods.
Client: Ministerium für Arbeit, Soziales, Frauen und Familie des Landes Brandenburg (Europäischer Sozialfond)
Preparation of a master plan for the Berlin/Brandenburg metropolitan region
Multiplicities and Inpolis Urbanism GmbH formulate the strategy for the master plan ICT, media and creative industries for the Berlin/Brandenburg metropolitan region.
Client: ZAB Brandenburg