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.
Ricardo van Loenen, co-founder of B.Amsterdam, explains the impact of innovative spaces trying new things on the fringes of the city.
With increased venture funding and a booming tech workforce, startups are taking off across Europe. But despite all of the success, European coworking spaces are still moving forward with some caution. By Patrick Foster.
Now that companies have discovered coworking, their employees are joining coworking spaces in droves. Ted Bigham, manager of The Salt Mines space, takes a hard look at the impact that companies and traditional employees are having on coworking culture.
After relocating to Mexico for work, and now running a destination coworking space, my life reveals what a lot of digital nomads are missing. By Miguel Guerrero.
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.