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5 Reasons You Should Start Coworking Online

by Wendy Chen ~ December 21, 2015 ~ 5 Comments

By Wendy ChenPost Author: Wendy Chen. For small businesses, joining a coworking space can bring some game-changing benefits. Working in the same environment as like minded businesses and ambitious entrepreneurs, networking, finding potential clients and partners could be just what your small business needs. While coworking spaces are an exciting development in the business world, we can’t forget […]

The Big Coworking Question – Why Do Spaces Develop Regionally?

by Community Contribution ~ November 24, 2015 ~ 0 Comments

By Connor ProvinesPost Author: Connor Provines. Over the past year I’ve gone from an outsider, to someone who is well versed in the world of coworking and some of its finer inner workings. It’s a large part of my job; however the more I study certain elements of the movement the more questions arise. Recently, […]

Yay: #CoworkingMonday is here!

by Tony Bacigalupo ~ November 23, 2015 ~ 0 Comments

This post is by Doris Schuppe of Rayaworx Coworking. At the Coworking Europe Conference in Milan, Rainer from Rayaworx introduced the idea of CoworkingMonday in his session. The feedback was very positive. So we would like to spread the word and invite every coworking space out there to combine our forces to get more visibility […]

The Best Coworking Space For You!

by Community Contribution ~ November 19, 2015 ~ 2 Comments

By Wendy ChenPost Author: Wendy Chen. Let’s say you decided to try coworking. Now it’s the right time to choose a shared office and jump straight into business. Yet, there are different types of coworking spaces, so how do you know that you’ve chosen the one that fits you (and your business) best? Modern cities […]

Is Bigger Better in the New York Coworking Scene?

by Community Contribution ~ November 11, 2015 ~ 0 Comments

By Michael GasiorekPost Author: Michael Gasiorek. As a startup business owner, have you ever asked yourself how your company can overcome a much larger funded competitor? You may be imagining your competitors using all their capital to hire developers, an aggressive sales team, building out a savvy Mad Men-level marketing department, and getting involved in the next three largest global markets. Can you go up […]

Why Coworking Is The Future of Work

by Community Contribution ~ November 9, 2015 ~ 0 Comments

By MarcThis post is by Marc Howard of When You Live in the Now.  There was something distinctly different about the one-hundred and sixty or so aspiring coders that surrounded me last weekend at the We/Code event hosted at one of the most thriving coworking spaces in Barcelona–and it wasn’t just the free-flowing mojitos after a long […]

Fun or Function: Does Coworking Need a Reality Check?

by Community Contribution ~ November 6, 2015 ~ 0 Comments

By Michael GasiorekPost Author: Michael Gasiorek. Millennials have begun reimagining the workplace to better fit their needs. One way this generation is bucking tradition is by coworking, a relatively recent phenomenon that allows freelancers and entrepreneurs to enjoy the benefits of working in a fully-stocked group office, without surrendering the benefits of being an independent worker. It’s a wonderful, mutualistic relationship at […]

Competitor or Collaborator? How to make the absolute best of a new coworking space opening in your city.

by Tony Bacigalupo ~ November 4, 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Competitor or Collaborator? How to make the absolute best of a new coworking space opening in your city.

Reposted from Tony Bacigalupo’s blog.  Coworking is not a zero sum game (yet). New spaces are opening all over the world every single day, but if we keep thinking of this simply in terms of desks and chairs then we’re missing the bigger picture. Do you know why WeWork is valued at $10 billion? Because […]

Preview “Cowork City” – A short film about three coworkers and their stories

by Tony Bacigalupo ~ October 21, 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Howdy, folks! If you were at GCUC USA in Berkeley this year, you likely saw Perttu and his camera following folks around conducting interviews. Now, you can get a peek at one of the projects he’s been working on. Check the trailer here: Cowork City – Trailer from perttu salovaara on Vimeo. Stay tuned for more […]

How do I attract members? Notes from the marketing unconference session at GCUC Canada

by Tony Bacigalupo ~ October 8, 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Reporting live from the GCUC Canada 2015 unconference day! The below are quoted, but in many cases are paraphrased. If I misquoted you, let me know! “We run a monthly First Friday open house. The conversion rate is not so great, but it’s something we can point people to when they want to come see the space.”—Geoff Wood, Gravitate […]