In this episode of Coworking Out Loud, I chatted with Corrales Cachola about community, Web3 and more. If you leave this episode with more questions than answers, you’re exactly where you’re supposed to be.
Photo credit: Credit: Erika Goldring Before I went all-in on coworking, content and community, I worked in record stores for 20 years, including 16 years at Streetlight Records in Santa Cruz, California. I
Updated September 20, 2022 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
In this episode of Coworking Out Loud, Cat Johnson talks with Anne Kirby from The Candy Factory coworking space in Lancaster, PA about marketing a coworking space, being intentional about building community in your workspace,
After a short break turned into three years and a wild ride through a pandemic, Coworking Out Loud is back! A podcast for workspace operators, community builders and creators, Coworking Out Loud is an exploration
Virtual office memberships present a huge opportunity for coworking space operators. Revenue, leads, positioning and more are all strengthened by virtual offerings, including virtual mail. My go-to source for all things virtual office is Sofia Stolberg,
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In 2012, I joined a coworking space. At the time, I had (slowly) started working my way out of being a longtime record store supervisor and was growing my freelance writing business one article, one publication, at a time.
“Drop your people into coworking. We’ll take care of them.” My friend Liz Elam from GCUC said this on a call recently. She was talking about companies that are embracing remote work and
Friendly reminder that you’re not selling desks and offices. You’re selling a work experience—a flexible, fun and creative experience that enables your members to do their best work. To illustrate my point, here