By Georgia Grimond, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Co-working, when a group of people comes together to share office space, overheads and ideas, is gaining traction in Brazil. Recent figures by Ekonomio, a Brazilian blog on creative and collaborative industries, showed that there are 238 active co-working spaces in the country, with 56 new places having opened in 2014 and a further ten already in 2015.
São Paulo state was responsible for forty percent of the market with 69 spaces. The city of Rio de Janeiro has the second most spaces, ahead of Belo Horizonte, with . . .