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15 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Country Profile: Coworking in Kazakhstan

Note:  This blogpost was written by Faraz Majidulla, of  Astana Multispace, as part of an informal series to introduce us to Coworking spaces and how they function all over the world.  So let’s start the series off with a little bling bling from Kazakhstan.   Thanks, Faraz!   ______________________________________________________________________________ Kazakhstan is the ninth largest country in [...]

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02 February 2013 ~ 1 Comment

Coworking in Medellin Colombia

Post Author: Eddie Arrieta. Without a doubt Medellin is one of the most important and recognized cities in Latin-america. It is evident that the difficult that came as a result of the growth and consolidation of Narco-traffic in Colombia have made many decide to leave. Fortunately, this panorama has changed in the last 10 years. [...]

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16 January 2011 ~ 1 Comment

The first European Jelly week is ready to start

Hub Vilnius joined over 30 other coworking centers from across Europe for the first coworking Jelly week. Come to Hub Vilnius on the 21st of January for Jelly there. Jellies are occasional meetings at which a small group of people come together to collaborate in an informal atmosphere. Unlike coworking spaces, no membership is required, [...]

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22 December 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Coworking Gifts For Your Smartphone (and You!)

The collective creativeness that is the coworking community has been hard at work creating a few apps that can enrich your experience!

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24 September 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Thinking Outside-the-Office at CAMP Coworking in Omaha, Nebraska

Sunny, light-hearted, open, bright. These are the adjectives that come to mind when coworking in Omaha’s newest collaborative workspace, CAMP Omaha. Snuggled secretively inside a former furniture warehouse that’s getting a creative make-over, CAMP has the feel of a 1950′s elementary classroom gone horribly right. Gone are the intrusive fluorescent lights and clumsy chalkboard. In [...]

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15 September 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Getting Busy at Impromtpu Studio in Des Moines, Iowa

Driving through Iowa on our way to Des Moines revealed exactly what you might expect about a midwestern state: corn, tractors, wind farms, and more corn. But nestled inconspicuously in a warehouse just outside the downtown area is a hothouse for creativity and technical innovation called Impromptu Studio. As Iowa’s first home for coworking, Impromptu [...]

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31 August 2010 ~ 2 Comments

Four Questions With Gerard Sychay of Cincinnati Coworks

Author: @GoneCoworking is the adventure of Beth and Eric, two crazy kids traveling the country to prove that it really is possible to be a location independent freelancer! The coworking community provides a unique opportunity for traveling telecommuters/freelancers/business owners to have a professional workspace and remain connected with their peers while away from home. Here’s an [...]

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14 October 2009 ~ 3 Comments

On coworking sustainability, urban workstyles and business model.

I’d like to share these views on coworking, with this presentation to be held in Florence, Italy, on Oct. 15th @Festival della Creatività. Cowo® is the network of 21 spaces (and counting!) that is spreading around in the country since February 2009. In particular, what I’d like to discuss is the “business sustainable” model we [...]

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27 November 2008 ~ 4 Comments

What does coworking do for me. A video interview from Italy.

After a few months of activity @ cowo milano, I finally managed to do something I’ve been trying to do for a long time: a video interview with a coworker, having him say what it’s like. As I imagined, there’s nothing like the real thing… Davide tells the story in a way that couldn’be done [...]

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30 June 2008 ~ 2 Comments

Quick update from Cowo Milano, Italy.

Hi everybody! As summer steps in, coworkers seem to step out, here in Milano… In fact, even if we are full booked at the moment (5 desks), we haven’t had much attendance in the office these past weeks, and I wonder if the season has something to do with it. Furthermore, August is a month [...]

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