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From left: Vanessa Gomes Carvalho, Damiano Novetti and Rossella Salaro met through the Start Working Pontremoli project, which recruits remote workers to set up shop in the Italian village.
Start Working Pontremoli was launched in October 2020 by two locals who wanted to lure remote workers and their families to their hometown. Nearly two years later, 14 workers and two children have relocated to the Tuscan hamlet.
Martin Langinieux is a French videographer from Paris who decided to buy a house in Pontremoli joining the “Start Working Pontremoli” project.
Start Working Pontremoli was launched in October 2020 by two locals who wanted to lure remote workers and their families to their hometown.
A view of Pontremoli from Castello del Piagnaro, a medieval castle built in the 11th century.
Ms. Rossella Salaro, who manages social media and the co-working space for Start Working Pontremoli, moved to the town last fall.