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AlpSatellites. Managing the transition to hybrid work and satellite offices to revitalize remote mountain areas.
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Overview

Many remote Alpine regions are experiencing population decline and ageing, while the urban-rural divide is widening. AlpSatellites analyses the opportunities and challenges of remote working in order to attract and integrate young people, workers and digital nomads in remote areas. The project partners will collaborate with local stakeholders to design adapted solutions to attract and integrate remote workers, thanks to digital workplaces and telecommuting. They will create new opportunities for the digital, economic, and social development of their communities by making peripheries attractive places for both people and businesses.

Factsheet

  • 2021 – 2027
  • Climate resilient and green Alpine region
  • SO 3.2 - Reaping the benefits of digitisation for citizens, companies, research organisations and public authorities
  • AG2 Economic development
  • 674.701 EUR
  • 506.025 EUR

Partners

University of Aosta Valley (Lead partner)
  • Lead partner
  • Italy
  • Valle d’Aosta/Vallée d’Aoste (ITC2)
  • Aosta
Evançon mountain community
  • Italy
  • Valle d’Aosta/Vallée d’Aoste (ITC2)
  • Verrès
University of Applied Sciences Vorarlberg
  • Austria
  • Vorarlberg (AT34)
  • Dornbirn
Municipality of Doren
  • Austria
  • Vorarlberg (AT34)
  • Doren
SOCIAL AND SPORTS CULTURAL ASSOCIATION OF THE QUEYRAS
  • France
  • Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (FRL0)
  • AIGUILLES
Aix-Marseille University
  • France
  • Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (FRL0)
  • MARSEILLE
  • 45.74508367.3174578
  • 45.66730237.6859067
  • 47.40658139.744216731866953
  • 47.49242639.8784317
  • 44.7811056.8686622
  • 43.29223265.3633057

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    16 Sep 2022
    Alpsatellites - Kick-Off Meeting
    First meeting between all the partners of AlpSitellites project.