It’s not all bad news on the streets of Madrid. The economic crisis is stirring a new generation of young, creative entrepreneurs into action – and the city is undergoing a refreshing and very visible transformation as a result. As bold new retail, hospitality and co-working initiatives turn traditional concepts on their head, Monocle sits down with some of the progressive voices leading the charge.
Spain doesn’t have to be all gloom and doom. If this Monocle report has any real teeth its inspiring that long-unused spaces are being turned in to new opportunities.
Photo Credit: A screen shot of Monocle's video segment about shop and cafe owners in Madrid, Spain. Monocle
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