Some weeks ago we talked about how coworking was making our cities smarter. On the same degree, I think that the whole Collaborative Consumption movement will make the way we produce things much smarter than it currently is. Continue Reading…
TaskRabbit, AirBnB and RelayRides explain how people generate real income by offering their time and assets for use in their community.
Welcome to the second episode of the Bootstrapping Coworking series.
Launched almost one year ago (if you are reading us from Berlin, be sure to not to miss the birthday party on September 22nd) Nadelwald is a wonderfully furnished facility in the Neukölln neighbourhood which allows people to rent sewing machine equipped desks.
Originally thought as a spot for fashion designers, it’s now become a place where DIY lovers come to learn how to produce their own clothes and accessories.
To put it in Swantje’s words:
no more shopping guys — Let’s do something by your own.
Did you know that giving away the stuff to you neighbors is cool, and it can positively affect the entire community you live in?
Two weeks ago we talked a little bit about the CoSume Project, a collaborative marketplace where you can share, borrow and buy stuff with your friends.