Tag Archives: terminology
A hackerspace is designed for people who are interested in the same thing – namely technology. Unlike most coworking spaces, hackerspaces are not-for-profit organisations that are used for “extra-professional” projects. We take a closer look at hackerspaces and how they fit into the flexible workspace industry.
August 20, 2019
essensys’ Coworking In Numbers Webinar: 4 Trends Driving And Shaping The Flexible Workspace Industry
In a wide-ranging webinar touching on various industry trends, essensys welcomed Liz Elam from GCUC, Steve King from Emergent Research, and James Rankin and John Williams from Instant Offices to discuss the definition of coworking, niche operators, corporate demand, and how the industry would fare during an economic downturn.
March 20, 2019
ome early pioneers of coworking argue that its original principles are being sullied. However, coworking is now part of a much larger industry that incorporates more than its early adopters. Shouldn’t they get a say in how coworking is defined, too?
November 21, 2018
Ray Lindenberg discusses the ramifications of language and why your sales pitch should always be true to your workspace.
April 19, 2017
Some shared offices have jumped on the coworking bandwagon to sell workspace.
December 18, 2014
Thought UGC was a type of footwear? You’re not alone. Check out this handy list of digital marketing acronyms and find out what it really means.
April 2, 2014
Unfortunately, annoying office jargon isn’t dying out. It’s evolving.
March 28, 2014