If your newsletter fell off your priorities list as—you know—you worked to survive a pandemic and all, don’t worry. You’re not alone. It’s not hard to revitalize a dormant newsletter, but you do
It’s tempting to put off creating a great newsletter for your coworking space. There are so many other things to do. But, it’s important. If I could only choose one
Somewhere along the line I learned to write academically. Maybe it was in junior high writing English essays, or using our family’s encyclopedias to write high school history papers. I would sit on
As coworking Clubhouse grows and evolves, new strategies and norms are being created in real-time. Here are nine strategies on using Clubhouse to promote your coworking space, including ideas to next-level your Clubhouse strategy, branding and community-building efforts.
ICYMI, Clubhouse is all the rage right now—and for good reason. The audio-only social app enables real-time connection between experts, teachers, students, networks, allies, communities and everyday people in a way we haven’t experienced before. With
Update: We now have a Coworking Club on Clubhouse! Created by Shervonne Cherry from Spark Coworking, the club will serve as a hub and resource for the global coworking community. Clubhouse is
It’s a lot to keep up with the latest, greatest social tools when new things drop regularly. I mean, a few weeks ago, I didn’t even know what Clubhouse is and now, well, here we are.
If PR is part of your marketing strategy (as it should be), this one is for you. There is nothing more valuable than hearing from other coworking space operators how they attract quality and consistent
I’m a fan of testing lightweight versions of projects to see if they resonate. If they do, then I level them up. When we launched Coworking Convos in October of 2019, we capped the beta Convo at 25 people
All signs point to an epic workspace return once we move through this mess. The remote/hybrid work model, where people divide their time between the office, their home and wherever else they want to work,