Harpoon, the financial planning app for freelancers, was started by freelancers who met at a coworking space. We talk to co-founders Andy Johnson and Ryan Battles about how their experience lent toward the creation and success of the product.
Amber Buckley of Ambiguous You, a line of all-natural vegan bath and beauty products, shows us that our dream jobs and business ventures are within reach, with the right ingredients.
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.
Planet Labs, an “agile aerospace” startup, builds tiny satellites that orbit the Earth, photographing the entire planet day in, day out. We talk to their lead engineer, based at Geekdom coworking space in San Antonio, about the humanitarian possibilities for the data Planet Labs is making available.
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.
Here’s one up and coming company fixing something that’s quite literally broken: FIXY, whose product in development lets make-up enthusiasts fix broken pressed powder cosmetics. We talk to founder Jill Rossini about coworking, the creative process, and her product in development.
Popular meal planning app Plan to Eat came about because Clint Bounds’ family wanted to eat better. The company is big on small business values and eschews the startup business model.
To help optimize the legal weed growing industry in Colorado, the GrowBuddy app was created to bring the cannabis garden to the digital era.
LabCloud Inc., a company born out of the coworking space in the UMass Boston Venture Development Center, created a fully integrated platform that incorporates all the different aspects of operations in the lab. The technology facilitates the next generation of coworking laboratory research spaces.
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.
Fly Labs, named by Business Insider as one of the “25 Hot NYC Startups You Need To Watch,” brings instant video editing to your fingertips. The team has worked from multiple NYC coworking spaces and is currently based out of WeWork.
“Everyone under this roof is a producer, or a DJ, mix engineer, instrumentalist, or some combo of that. It’s clutch to have a neighbor who is doing similar stuff.” Musician John Hamilton talks about the effect of collaboration on his music career.