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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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20 May 2009 ~ 3 Comments

How is coworking doing in Argentina?

It’s been a long time since my last post on the blog, so for those of you who don’t know we started Cowork Central back in November 2007, we were the first coworking space in Latin America and it is located in downtown Buenos Aires. Much has happened since our opening almost a year and [...]

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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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25 November 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Conjunctured on MSNBC!

I’m a bit late on posting this, but Austin coworking space Conjunctured was spotlighted recently on a segment on coworking on MSNBC. Don Teague did an awesome job putting this together, and we’re very grateful for the coverage. Check it out on MSNBC’s website.

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06 November 2008 ~ 2 Comments

Whitespace grand opening in Seattle!

What better way to kick off a new milestone in political history than to have a party for the grand opening of a new Coworking space in Seattle! Join myself and my colleagues at Blue Flavor on Friday, November 14th as we launch Whitespace, a coworking space for professionals in Seattle who are passionate about [...]

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04 November 2008 ~ 6 Comments

Cowork the Vote: Share Your Election-Day Stories

It’s Election Day in these United States, and our more-than-five-dozen coworking spaces know it. Some have helped prepare, hosting and organizing open-source crowdsource election-monitoring tools. Others are hosting results-watching parties, offering incentives to visitors who have voted, or simply opening for business today. Williamsburg Coworking, in a Jelly session at the “Change You Want to [...]

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01 November 2008 ~ 7 Comments

Eclau: Opening a Coworking Space in Lausanne, Switzerland

I’m thrilled to announce that we are currently moving into our new coworking space, Eclau, in Lausanne, Switzerland. I’m Stephanie Booth, by the way. Here’s a post (in French) with some photos of today’s work. We have a wiki where I’m trying to get the other members to contribute too ;-). The space will be [...]

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22 October 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Coworking in Media PA!

Hello, I am Lisa Thompson. A couple of you know me; I am starting a coworking facility in Media PA.   Currently the stage is set with a location that I am applying for right near the courthouse.   I don’t have it yet, but the landlord is very excited by the project so I expect some [...]

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07 October 2008 ~ 0 Comments

New Work City has a home!

Hey all! We’ve been very quiet for some time with a number of initiatives going on here and there – but one thing that I am happy to pass along has been the completion of a new coworking space for New York City. New Work City – a name created by the coworking community and [...]

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13 September 2008 ~ 4 Comments

Smart Worker

I recently read an article about a man who was working from Indy Hall in Philadelphia for a company in Vancouver. Teleworking is not new these days and even working for a company located elsewhere on the globe isn’t that earth shattering with the technology for communicating 24/7. What was brilliant about this man’s story was that he had figured out how to get his corporation to pay the $275/month membership fee for him to work their full time. It’s a win-win for the corporation and the employee. Let’s do the math:

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