Author Archives: Cat Johnson
Co.co.haus, a coworking space in Puerto Rico, had been open five months when Hurricane Maria hit. Founder Mariangie Rosas discusses at length how her space became a refuge and a place for connection and support, and reflects on how San Juan’s emerging entrepreneurial scene is helping her space, and the island, to rebuild.
May 6, 2019
Founded in 2011 by Felena Hanson, Hera Hub has always had a social impact mission. Now Hera Hub has transitioned to a Benefit Corporation, which means it has a stated focus of purpose, accountability and transparency. But it’s not necessarily a straightforward journey, as Hanson explains.
April 9, 2019
Jason Anderson, President at Venture X, talks about franchising, the third wave of coworking, and the parallel between WeWork and Tesla.
April 2, 2019
Ashley Proctor from Creative Blueprint, GCUC Canada, and COHIP talks about the different ways a coworking space can have a positive impact within its local community and how to measure that impact
March 1, 2019
Area’s design director, Kathryn O’Callaghan-Mills, shares why it’s important to understand a company’s culture before designing a space and how design can be used to foster community.
February 12, 2019
Founded by Jillian Dretzka in 2018, Work & Woof is much more than a dog-friendly coworking space.
January 25, 2019
Carol Lauffer, principal at Business Cluster Development, explains the differences between coworking, incubator, and accelerator; and how they can interact with each other.
January 14, 2019
All Good Work, a standout social good initiative in the workspace industry, currently partners with 55 spaces in NYC and Silicon Valley and has plans to expand to two more cities in the next year.
December 19, 2018
Inside The World’s First Coworking Space With Full Childcare: A Q&A With Third Door’s Shazia Mustafa
Coworking pioneer Shazia Mustafa opened the world’s first coworking space with a full childcare facility when the coworking movement was still in its infancy.
December 3, 2018
Connecting Members With A Smart Passport And Mutual Support: A Q&A With Seats2meet’s Lenneke Van Rossum
Lenneke Van Rossum from Seats2meet shares how the Passport helps connect coworking members across the Seats2meet ecosystem and harnesses collective knowledge.
November 14, 2018
GCUC Canada took place October 21-23 in Banff and focused on community, collaboration, authenticity, and connection.
November 1, 2018
InDo Nashville is a niche coworking space that offers artists, managers, attorneys, PR firms and more a space to do high stakes work with industry peers and superstars alike.
October 16, 2018
Indy Hall co-founder Alex Hillman shares his vision for the coworking movement, his concerns about current workspace trends, and the opportunities he sees for the industry to help people thrive.
September 25, 2018
In 2017 Amy Nelson opened the doors of the first Riveter location in Seattle. A shared workspace built “by women,…
September 13, 2018
Tara Everett is working to bring community coworking to Winnipeg, the capital of the Canadian province of Manitoba. More specifically,…
August 21, 2018