Coworking has become a popular concept globally offering startups and freelancers an opportunity to network and benefit from interactions that are rare in a traditional office setup and provide new value for businesses. It can prove to be a great challenge working from the comfort of your home or probably in a coffee shop with…

The concept of heading to an office cubicle is disappearing fast. Why would you need to go to work physically when you can reach the boss by email or on skype? Better yet, why work for a boss at all when you can do your thing? Unfortunately, working from home misses that buzz that sometimes…

We did a research study to share with you the most elegant, inspiring and timeless coworking spaces in America. Blender Workspace in New York, NY The interior design of this amazing coworking space was created by a very experienced and successful studio – Parts and Labor Design. If feels much more like a boutique hotel…

The Camp David is a creative place for small teams or individuals. This space feels like a comfortable private office for a successful and stable company. The Camp David even has a gym and a soundproof content studio. This coworking studio was created by someone who is fond of a beautiful architecture and design. Their…

Test visit The most important step. Almost every coworking space offers a free tour. You should definitely do this before signing the contract. Some Coworking offer free day or even week. Take this opportunity of the free test drive. Community Usually, your members from your coworking are far more valuable than wi-fi, a clean desk,…

1. Know your people It is important to understand what group of people you are building coworking. First, you have to understand are you focusing on individuals (freelancers and remote workers) or small businesses. Let’s talk about first group – individuals. Here are some of the examples of potential customers who might be part of…