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How much holiday time off are new companies giving these days?
Unlimited paid vacation? Or just a few days off? A recent survey by Galvanize takes a look at just how much time off for the holidays new companies give.
The guide to writing killer proposals
A proposal is designed to convince a client to hire you. It should be easy to read, persuasive and make it easy for the client to take the next steps. Here are some simple things you can do, from Aaron Beashel.
Study: Applying the coworking model in rural Germany
Coworking is an obvious choice in a dense urban context. But does it work in the countryside? A study by Dr. Martin Engstler and Viktoria Pepler at Stuttgart Media University explores the application of coworking in rural contexts.
A primer on the benefits of coworking
OK, wait, what’s coworking all about? A brief primer on the reasons people and companies choose to work in coworking spaces.
Why coworking is not the future of work
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.
The smart city revolution
Ricardo van Loenen, co-founder of B.Amsterdam, explains the impact of innovative spaces trying new things on the fringes of the city.
While startups take off in Europe, coworking faces some challenges
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.