Denver Coworks, a trade association, has launched a coworking passport that allows users free one-time access to 15 coworking spaces across Denver.
“Too many coworking spaces focus on selling offices, and they’ve lost sight of the individual, being the remote worker and the freelancer,” said coworking consultant Craig Baute. “And so we wanted a way to invite those individuals that’s at the core of coworking spaces back in.”
Passport holders can walk into one of the spaces without a reservation and work for free, with the hope that users will eventually commit to a monthly membership.
Companies on the passport are all Denver Coworks members and include Novel Coworking in LoDo, The Grid on South Broadway, and Creative Density, which Baute owns.
Baute said that these booklets work as a cost-effective way to market these coworking spaces and encourage remote workers and freelancers to explore the offices.