Originally, coworking served an emerging workforce. Now, it’s almost entirely focused on serving old school enterprise clients. What happened? The view here in India, and globally, from Umang Sood.
Meredith Wood, Editor in Chief at Fundera, examines the pricing strategies of successful companies large and small.
Today is Employee Appreciation Day—what better day to acknowledge the dubious accolade of how overworked Americans are? And a great day to snicker at the cities that commute the longest hours, volunteer the least, and have the highest share of “idle youth.”
Ricardo van Loenen, co-founder of B.Amsterdam, explains the impact of innovative spaces trying new things on the fringes of the city.
43% of the U.S. workforce now works remotely at least some of the time. Maybe you should be too. Kayla Matthews on figuring out whether your job is a good candidate for going remote.
It should come as no surprise that Austin dominates the Texas coworking and flexible office market. But Dallas is right up there with it. A briefing from Instant Office’s latest report, by Michelle Bodick.
Predictive analytics, cloud computing, social impact, employee engagement… How exactly will new technologies affect the future of work in the coming year? Maddie Davis, co-founder of Enlightened Digital, takes a closer look.
Freelancers and small business owners typically start out with with lower rates. But at some point, you’ve got to raise those prices. Some tips on how to do that without alienating your customer base, by Jessica Leone.