Liz Presson, Founder & Chief Strategist of Pursuit and Creator of WorkingRemote.ly This week we had a chance to chat with Liz Presson,...
Anne Kreamer, author and contributor to publications such as the HBS and Fast Company. Anne’s not new to the coworking scene. She wrote an article on the rise of coworking spaces for the Harvard Business Review in 2012 after trying coworking herself for the first time. The article took off and helped raise awareness on the benefits […]
Rachel Young, co-founder of one of Toronto’s first coworking spaces and a driving force behind creating a coworking collective for the city. As a coworking founder it can get lonely at times, especially if your coworking space is one of the first in your community. Rachel took a unique approach to addressing this challenge and decided to […]
Will cannot emphasize this enough: Coworking is not just about desks; It’s about people. In the last couple of days, I’ve been working at Mutinerie, a coworking space in Paris, and the statement above has never been so true as in this case. Aside the warm welcome reserved to me by the “Chef Mutin” Sanya, the […]
We Promised you community features, your delivery has arrived! Contrary to popular believe, the lower the price of a workspace does not always increase its likeliness of success. The positive attitude towards pricing is something transient, not permanent, especially when the economy is stable, people are less concerned with costs, and more focused on opportunities.The […]
In the video embedded at the bottom of the page, produced by Mutinerie, an awesome coworking space in Paris, there are some interesting considerations about Coworking and the corporate world. It has already been pointed out that many businesses, especially small businesses and startups, are abandoning their offices to move towards shared workspaces. But even if the trend […]