A growing number of coworking spaces in Canada are offering healthcare insurance and other perks to their members. Rebecca Kallsen explores what’s behind this race to the top.
The number of coworking space directories seems to be growing as fast as coworking itself. Maor Cohen of Pickspace provides us with a quick overview of how the top directories differ.
Some coworking spaces really know how to produce the “wow” factor. But don’t judge a book by its cover. Here’s how to make sure you pick a space that’s as beneficial as it is beautiful.
Bad commercial office design can bring down the most “glass half full” optimist at work. Here are some basic elements of green design that commercial workspaces would do well to adopt. By Matt Lee.
Wellbeing hangs in the balance in Hong Kong, the city ranked with the worst work-life balance in Asia Pacific. But things may be turning around. By Edwin Ho.
The site Women Digital Nomads did a roundup of the coolest coworking space in each state in the US. Here’s the infographic they put together.
Really, desk yoga? What, don’t you want to be healthy? Gemma Church talks to some of NYC’s leading yoga studios about light yoga poses you might be able to get away with at work.
Ansel Liu of Nomad gives us a few standout examples of where it looks like coworking is headed – coworking communities that integrate travel, learning, fitness and other lifestyle-oriented experiences.
Design-driven workspaces aim to make the office feel like a living room. They look great, but how do these new workspaces affect us, physically and mentally? Expert Raquel Baetz explores.
In an industry raised on bucking the status quo, we should all be searching for ways to work better. Yet there is resistance to letting technology take care of the automation-friendly aspects of coworking management. Mara Savina Falstein explores why.
Blogfabrik is a Berlin-based coworking space that gives you a desk in exchange for your writing skills. We talk to Maria Ebbinghaus about building a community based around digital publishing. By Amanda Gray.
The coworking industry’s biggest vulnerability is that owners, operators and staff turn to each other for help faster than they turn to their own members for help. By Alex Hillman.