Coworking Space In London Closes, Blames WeWork
Rainmaking Loft, a coworking space in London operating since 2013, announced earlier this week that it is closing the doors to its Katherine’s Dock location. As to the why, the British coworking operator is blaming WeWork, as the coworking giant took “a space 5 times larger than ours” in the same building.
Read the full Business Insider story here.
A Return To The Heart Of Coworking
GCUC Canada, held October 4-6 in Vancouver, was “a return to the heart of coworking.” Cat Johnson, who was in attendance said that “GCUC Canada has a reputation for being a deep, whole-hearted dive into authenticity, community and connection. It didn’t disappoint.”
Check out the key takeaways from the event and what other juicy cities will host the unconference before the end of the year.
Airbnb Partners With WeWork
Business Traveller reporter a few days ago that coworking giant, WeWork, has partnered with Airbnb to “link accommodations to nearby workspaces, conference rooms, and other facilities.” The collaboration is being tested in Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Washington, London, and Sydney.
Read more about how travellers staying in Airbnb locations will be able to directly book workspace at a nearby WeWork here.