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Started in 2005 by Brad Neuberg, coworking is a decentralized movement of people dedicated to the values of Community, Openness, Collaboration, Accessibility and Sustainability. Learn more about how to get involved.

[Cowo Manifesto] Coworkers are not customers. Coworkers are professionals working with you.

by Massimo Carraro ~ March 10, 2014 ~ Comments Off on [Cowo Manifesto] Coworkers are not customers. Coworkers are professionals working with you.

People who know us also know that we care a lot about sharing a healthy communications of coworking’s best practices. That is why we created the Cowo Manifesto, 10 points that explain what coworking means to us. We have already started exploring the different points (here’s the post dedicated to rule number 1 “Coworking is … Continua la lettura di [Cowo Manifesto] Coworkers are not customers. Coworkers are professionals working with you.

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Freelancers of the world: make your voice heard, support the Freelancer Movement campaign!

by Massimo Carraro ~ February 24, 2014 ~ Comments Off on Freelancers of the world: make your voice heard, support the Freelancer Movement campaign!

A movement of freelancers is building up in Europe: Freelancer Movement. They are currently organizing a major communications campaign to build support for the Freelancers manifesto and present it to candidates to the European elections in May. The campaign will be entirely funded through crowdfunding. Here you can find all the necessary information and give your personal contribution … Continua la lettura di Freelancers of the world: make your voice heard, support the Freelancer Movement campaign!

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The true story of coworking, according to the guy that started it. And the inaccuracies of Wikipedia on Coworking.

by Massimo Carraro ~ January 28, 2014 ~ Comments Off on The true story of coworking, according to the guy that started it. And the inaccuracies of Wikipedia on Coworking.

People in the coworking community know and love the “myth of the founding fathers”, a bunch of coders in California who created the first coworking space around 2005. If you go to coworking conference, you’re likely to hear names like Brad Neuberg, Tara Hunt and Chris Messina. And, of course, a reference to the Wikipedia … Continua la lettura di The true story of coworking, according to the guy that started it. And the inaccuracies of Wikipedia on Coworking.

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7 Steps To Selecting a Coworking Space

by Community Contribution ~ January 26, 2014 ~ 3 Comments

By Kat HaselkornPost Author: Kat Haselkorn. When it comes to picking out the perfect coworking space for yourself or your business, there are a number of factors to consider. Here, we outline seven steps to help you find the ideal work environment today and as your business grows. Image via Uber Offices

How your Price Structure Affects Your Coworking Culture

by Community Contribution ~ June 27, 2013 ~ 0 Comments

By Craig BautePost Author: Craig Baute. As space owners and coworking catalyst we work hard to create a culture and community that we view best fits the individuals in the neighborhood  and our current members. We take careful considerations of the design of the space, the amenities, and events that will be held there. But […]

Coworking in Medellin Colombia

by Community Contribution ~ February 2, 2013 ~ 1 Comment

By Eddie ArrietaPost 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 […]

Austin Cospace’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem-as-a-Service Supports Accelerator in Serving Entrepreneurs Downtown

by Community Contribution ~ June 7, 2012 ~ 2 Comments

By Paul O’BrienPost Author: Paul O’Brien. Entrepreneurship took a leap forward today in Austin, Texas with the announcement by Cospace of their partnership with Capital Factory, a leading startup accelerator, in managing a new facility sponsored by the City of Austin through Austin Tech Live, downtown. Cospace recently reached an agreement with Capital Factory to […]

The Coworking Wiki: Building The Movement Together

by Community Contribution ~ May 21, 2012 ~ 5 Comments

By Kevin SkienaPost Author: Kevin Skiena. Imagine what would happen if McDonalds and Burger King shared recipes and business models, or if Comcast and Verizon viewed each other as allies in their efforts to bring cable and high-speed internet to everyone. In a capitalistic society, where competition is branded as the best way to keep […]

23 Ways Coworking Will Change Your Career (and Your Life) for the Better

by Community Contribution ~ May 15, 2012 ~ 12 Comments

By gerardPost Author: gerard. I’m a writer and when I tell people I rent office space, I can tell they’re often thinking, “what a waste of money.” I mean, sure, I could work at home and save a little cash. We have an extra room with a door and everything. But, honestly, there are so […]

Evolved: Regus to Coworking.

by Craig Baute ~ December 8, 2011 ~ 7 Comments

By Craig BautePost Author: Craig Baute. Since Regus claimed a few weeks ago to be the pioneers of coworking in the late 1980s a lot of coworking evangelists, myself included, were struck by their audacity to rewrite coworking’s origin story. The coworking community loves to share how coworking emerged from San Francisco in 2005 when […]