Category Archives: Coworking and Community

In The Loop: WeWork Japan, Great Workplaces, And New Competition For UrWork

UrWork and WeWork Have New Competition In Asia The China Money Network reported this past Wednesday that Chinese-based coworking operator,…


July 22, 2017

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Confessions Of A Digital Nomad: Coworking Passes, Yay Or Nay?

  As I was travelling through North America exploring coworking spaces, I heard some buzz about subscription services that allow…


July 20, 2017

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Laura Kozelouzek On Building Community In Flexible Workspaces: “There’s No Right Way”

Laura Kozelouzek knows a thing or two about the shared workspace industry. She founded Synergy Workplaces and grew it to…


July 19, 2017

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Confessions Of A Digital Nomad: Can You Really Connect With The Coworking Community?

Check out my last article, Day 1 as a Digital Nomad in a Coworking Space, for my perspective on joining…


July 14, 2017

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The Struggles Of Coworking In Mexico: “We Get Compared To Regus A Lot”

Opened a mere three months ago,  Work Inc Mexico is making quite an impact in the local market. Speaking with…


July 13, 2017

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A New Wave Of Shared Workspace: Medical Coworking

We’ve previously written about niche coworking spaces that create specialized work environments for their members, spanning all types of industries…


July 12, 2017

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In The Loop: UrWork Raises More Funds, More Government Support, and WeWork Launches In India

This week’s in the loop edition features stories about UrWork, coworking in Australia, and WeWork in India.


July 8, 2017

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Taking The Cue From Residential Landlords: Why Coworking Operators Should Offer Ridesharing Services

Luxury offices are no longer just modern aesthetics and good WiFi, operators need to add value to their workspace through unique services. Here’s how and why ridesharing can help.


July 7, 2017

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Confessions Of A Digital Nomad: What It’s Really Like To Try Coworking For The First Time

Robert Kropp opens up about trying out coworking for the first time and what it’s really like to walk into a new coworking and feel a part of the community.


July 6, 2017

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Brooklyn Creative League: From Factory Building To Industrial-Chic Sustainable Workspace

In this interview, Erin Carney and Neil Carlson, founders of Brooklyn Creative League, share the backstory of their coworking building and why they chose to build green.


July 5, 2017

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In The Loop: WeWork To Go Public, Global Coworking Market Report, And A Government Bets On Coworking

This week’s in the loop includes stories about WeWork possibly going public, a new coworking market report by Instant Group, and Canada governments invests on coworking spaces.


July 1, 2017

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The Energy And Buzz Of New York Inside The Yard: Adam Greenwald’s NYC Coworking Experience

Adam Greenwald had the opportunity to work from The Yard coworking in NYC last week. Here’s what he has to say about the experience.


June 30, 2017

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This Coworking Space Was Confused With A Furniture Store When It First Entered A New Market Back In 2012

Urban Station Mexico City discloses the truth about the challenges they faced when they opened their coworking space in one of CDMX trendiest neighborhoods.


June 29, 2017

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The Collection: The Story Of A Once Vacant DTLA Building Turned Full-Blown Coworking Space

Chris Ortman, owner of The Collection in Los Angeles, talks about restoring his once vacant building and turning it into a thriving coworking and event space.


June 26, 2017

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In The Loop: British Land, Blackstone, Regus, WeWork, and The Office Group Spice Things Up In The UK

This week’s in the loop is full of big news for the industry, featuring stories involving Regus, WeWork, British Land, Blackstone, and The Office Group.


June 24, 2017

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