Hotels are about short, transactional experiences. Coworking is about long term community. What happens when we put the two together? We chat with Rocky Mountain coworking leader Amy Kemp, co-founder of ELEVATE coSPACE, on what it might take to make this work.
Though San Francisco experienced a 13% increase in centers offering coworking, flexible and hybrid office space, the city remains one of the most expensive places in the world in which to rent a desk, with average monthly costs ranging between $950 to $1500.
Given WeWork’s global network of 150K+ members, WeWork’s Member Network app should be a powerful resource for connecting members. Benjamin Alderoty, a user experience designer, provides a critical analysis of how well the app serves users.
A brief history of Chinese coworking giant Ucommune’s recent entry into the U.S. market vis-à-vis WeWork’s expansion in China.
As the work landscape changes, so too must the social etiquette that comes with it. Here’s how to walk that line, by Jenny Holt.
Recent research shows that the higher the rent is, the more coworking spaces there are. Here are a few theories as to why, by Peter Johnson.
2017 was the year that the general public started to become aware of Bitcoin. What, if anything, will that mean for coworking and the future of work? By Henry Wisbey-Broom.
A good portion of Catalonia is rural, making it hard to retain its young people. But a number of coworking spaces – often public entities created at the behest of local youth organizations – are acting as a counterbalance. By Rosa Matas.
Klitmøller, Denmark – dubbed “Cold Hawaii” – is one of Europe’s up-and-coming surf hotspots. But that only partly explains the presence of this coworking space in a small fishing village on the North Sea. By Karis Hustad.
For as popular as coworking is, shared spaces have their own unique downsides. Here are a few tips to making this public space work for you. By Oles Kosiuk.
We ran a nationwide survey of members and operators at 300+ coworking spaces in the US and gathered deep-dive feedback on how coworkers think about coworking, their space, and their coworking community. By Nick Freiling.
With the average desk rate in New York City at $1,100, design-focused Williamsburg space The New Work Project is, if not exactly keeping it real, then at least in keeping with the new reality of a swank and upscale Brooklyn.