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Varidesk opens free coworking space within Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport
Varidesk, a company that makes height-adjustable standing desks, have installed a free coworking space at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport in Terminal C. It is catered to business travelers who can stop in and get work done while on the go.
In just 24 hours the space was completed and features standing desks, meeting tables, a private space with movable walls, charging hubs, and free Wi-Fi.
“Our new co-working space at DFW Airport is a great way to make the most of their time at the airport and also gives us a way to showcase our brand by letting customers touch, feel, and experience our active workspaces,” said Sean Scogin, marketing rep for Varidesk.
The company is currently looking to expand into other airports around the country.
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