Coworking in a rural environment is a world apart. When population density drops, coworking becomes very different from coworking in big cities. In many conversations, both private and public, the managers of these spaces keep repeating that it is not profitable to have a flexible space in such a location. Nevertheless, these spaces exist and continue to be promoted both by the public administration and by private individuals who find ways to flourish in these conditions. In two round tables that are cousins, we will talk about different approaches to coworking in a rural environment to understand both the value they bring to their promoters and to the territory, and the different motivations that lead their promoters to promote this type of initiative.