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Author Archives: Carolyn Cirillo

Human-Focused Design Drives Flexible Workplace Trends In 2019

Allwork.Space spoke with Emily Dunn, workplace knowledge consultant for Herman Miller, to learn more about what’s in store for the flexible workplace in the coming year.

January 23, 2019

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15 Expert Tips On Building A Successful Coworking Events Strategy

Events serve a vital function in the coworking ecosystem – but how do you make the most of the opportunity? From setting expectations to leveraging your location and capturing the right data, these 15 tips will help you build a coworking event strategy.

December 27, 2018

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Coworking Events: Why It Pays To Play The Long Game

Hosting events in your coworking space won’t produce instant membership sales, but with programming, promotion and patience, events help build community and serve an important role in your center’s marketing strategy.

December 26, 2018

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Scaling Up? Coworking Founders Share 6 Life Lessons

A panel of six veteran coworking owners and operators share war stories and growing pains, which includes HR best practice, and why cultural coworking knowledge trumps ‘outside’ skills and qualifications.

December 21, 2018

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“Mad Man” Converts Military Hospital to Coworking Space

Can a former military hospital become a viable coworking space? Andre Duval is betting it can. Here’s the story of his five-year quest to transform a late 19th century building into Stokers, a new workspace that opened for business in September.

November 19, 2018

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When Shoeless Coworkers And Empty Offices Mean Success

Success of a coworking shouldn’t be measured by how much a space is populated, instead it should be measured on whether an operators has gotten the ratios right and all spaces are being maximized

November 12, 2018

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Why Coworking Needs A New Definition

During the AIA event in New York, flexible workspace experts discussed how coworking has evolved into something that’s not really coworking and why we need a new definition for it.

November 5, 2018

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What Inning Are We In?

At the Flexible Workplace Conference, industry researchers revealed that adoption of flexible space by small companies is in the third or fourth inning, while corporate occupiers are in the first – and that’s where the real potential lies.

October 22, 2018

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The 3 Attributes That Optimize Physical, Cognitive And Emotional Wellbeing In The Workplace

Well-designed workplaces communicate appropriate nonverbal messages. A good workspace allows people to coordinate with the task at hand. When people…

August 31, 2018

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Going Beyond The Open Plan Office

Open plans have evolved into multiple variations that suit new ways of working Agile and MEMO spaces, designated spaces designed…

July 24, 2018

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NeoCon Presents A Sneak Peek Of The Workplace Of The Future

NeoCon, the world’s largest event for the commercial interiors industry took place last week in Chicago Over 50,000 design professionals…

June 25, 2018

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Serendipity Labs’ John Arenas Shares What It Takes For Coworking To Work For Enterprise Clients

Serendipity Labs is a coworking brand that was created and designed to cater to enterprise clients both in urban and…

May 18, 2018

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Smart Buildings, Smarter Landlords: Takeaways From Disrupt CRE

Key takeaways from the recent Disrupt CRE conference in New York City New technologies are at the heart of massive…

April 30, 2018

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Lessons From GCUC 2018: It’s About The People, Not The Furniture

More takeaways from GCUC 2018, which took place at Convene in New York City The afternoon sessions of Day One…

April 25, 2018

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CRE Is Shifting To Serve An Agile Workforce

At the Disrupt CRE conference in New York City, Ryan Simonetti, co-founder of Convene, laid down five megatrends that will…

April 24, 2018

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