Whether you’re trying to get a new business off the ground, or wondering how you’re going to survive another day in the cubical jungle, you must never underestimate the power of the environment in which you choose to work.
Archive | Coworking
Coworker Ashok Amaran recounts his tale of how he found a coworking community and what it has meant to him. One month. One month was all it took working in a cubicle to realize I could not continue on this path for very long. I yearned for something more fulfilling but I couldn’t quite place […]
One of he pillars of coworking is Openness. Many space catalysts are often worried about business plans, finances, and expenses, and rightly so. Now, I’m not an accountant, but I can put together a spreadsheet. So in the spirit of openness, behold, I give you the Cincy Coworks P&L, year-to-date. Now, every situation is different, […]
Coworking is a state of mind, a community, and most importantly- a unique global movement. But figuring out how to get the most out of this rapidly expanding, concept of working can be difficult if you don’t know where to look.
Author Craig Baute If you have been deterred from joining a local coworking facility because of their membership fees; don’t be because it will payback multiple times. Coworking and other shared workspaces provides a vibe of energy and community that motivates people to keep moving forward with their business and have the confidence to make […]
8 (easy!) steps for creating a local meet-up group for other freelancers and small business owners.
Let your appetite make friends for you! As I have come to discover at previous jobs, coffee,breaks,lunch breaks, and office meetings are synonymous with socialization. In the past this is how I’ve learned to create friendships with my coworkers. We could gripe about the last memo,or find out that we both enjoy kayaking on the […]
Union WorkSpace is set up in an open community format, designed to foster creativity, networking, and relationship building. It’s a place to not only get work done, but create lasting relationships and establish strategic business alliances.
You might think that being broke means you can’t afford coworking, but here are three reasons why you can’t afford not to.
You can help build community in your coworking space by doing two simple things: ask and promote.