Workspace marketplaces like LiquidSpace, Share Your Desk, DesksNear.Me, SpareChair and more are vying to connect flexible workers with available workspace. What are they doing differently, and what role will they have in the future of work?
On May 6, a number of coworking spaces are hosting a day of coworking to benefit Nepal after its devastating earthquake. In what may be the first of its kind, the Coworking for Nepal initiative is a way for owners and operators to use coworking for a greater cause.
The first Coworking Africa conference will take place in July, indicating that coworking is on the rise in Africa. Proponents contend that coworking is crucial in Africa because it supports a growing middle class of digital workers, freelancers and entrepreneurs.
A handful of cool podcasts have come from within coworking. The Naked Freelancer debuts April 22, Alex Hillman’s Coworking Weekly Show is top-notch, and Coworking Success is full of useful hacks for people who cowork.
Now in its fourth year, GCUC is the leading coworking industry event. We talk to Liz Elam about how “juicy” started and what it’s grown into.
For some people who work from coworking spaces, the prospect of hooking up or finding love is part of the draw. Here’s a look at how coworking will be heating up this year.
QNY Tech Podcast host Daniel Kuney invited our founding editor on the show to talk about the magazine and the sharing economy. Listen to great discussion about coworking and a short introduction to New Worker Magazine (beginning at minute 34:00). http://www.qnynews.com/tech/qny10
Did you know there’s a show about coworking? Well, now there are about to be two. We look at a new NBC comedy pilot, executive produced by Jimmy Fallon; and a professional yet homegrown coworking reality TV show produced within the HuB Sarasota coworking space.