It appears some people think the open-plan coworking space is a terrible scourge upon the landscape of the modern workforce. A recent HuffPo article listed 5 of the biggest complaints, and coworking space member Chris Allen takes each of them head on.
North New Jersey has historically been in New York’s shadow, but the founders of three coworking spaces are giving independent workers lots of reason to stay closer to home. Local governments are stepping up to help fund their success.
Until now there have been no firm numbers about the rise of coworking in Brazil. Here are some results from Brazil’s first coworking census.
Currently in beta, Townsquare is a platform that aims to connect coworkers with each other around the world. We take a look at the possibilities and the challenges ahead.
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?
In Philadelphia, an alchemical concoction of indie spirit and coworking has emerged in the form of Philly Game Forge. Here’s how they forged a thriving indie scene in a city without large traditional game studios.
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.
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.