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.
Archive | Getting involved
8 (easy!) steps for creating a local meet-up group for other freelancers and small business owners.
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.
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 […]
A few months ago, I decided that Beijing really needed a coworking location, and I would be the one to build it. I immediately started to look at office leases here and quickly became discouraged because of the extremely high cost. At the same time, however, I’d been reading about lean startup techniques and customer […]
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 […]
We have been making great progress cleaning up the coworking wiki and eradicating spam. The first step is to start a moderator group that approves/denies people who would like to make edits. This is a pretty easy step as folks who are not interested in coworking and only want to add links and such generally […]
We’re looking for guest bloggers from the global coworking community. Help support the coworking movement by sharing your experiences, knowledge and insight about coworking here. Use the “Submit a Blog Post” button on the right.
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 […]