I had no idea what I was doing. It was late 2019, the Coworking Convos model had been proven—people were showing up and spreading the word—and I was looking for sponsors to support Convos as an
What a year, what a trip, what a time. As we start to emerge out of Covid (fingers crossed), I’ve been reflecting on the things that carried me through. Regular touch-ins with family and my closest
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
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
2020 has warped time. This year has accelerated at a pace which has me losing track of months, and everything is simultaneously standing still. So weird. But here we are.
I just got a notification on my phone that someone registered for this month’s Coworking Convo on marketing coworking post-COVID. It’s the 249th notification I’ve received for this one. Sometimes an idea is
Late last year, I had an idea that wouldn’t leave me alone. I’m always on the lookout for ways to support coworking space operators—particularly with their content and marketing. I also love helping coworking pros strengthen