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Coworking Out Loud
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,
Shazia Mustafa is an absolute pioneer of coworking. Founder of Third Door in London, Shazia opened the first coworking space with childcare way back in 2010.
Now we’re seeing parent-friendly coworking spaces pop up everywhere,
When I set up a call with my friend Garrett Tichy from Hygge Coworking in Charlotte, North Carolina, my intention was to talk about how the recent shooting on the UNC campus affected Tichy and the Hygge community.
My first great a-ha moment with coworking came in 2015.
I was in Berkeley covering GCUC for a publication.
Tony Bacigalupo, who I didn’t know at the time but who has become a dear friend, opened GCUC by asking the
Tara Everett is passionately pursuing her vision to open Canoe Coworking, an indigenous coworking space in Manitoba, a Canadian prairie province.
Tara’s plan for Canoe is to create a space that honors indigenous cultural roots and traditions while supporting local
Coworking Out Loud 016 – Sam Rosen of Deskpass on Being a Coworking Grandpa, Supporting Indie Spaces and the Future of the Movement
Sam Rosen from Deskpass is a self-described “coworking grandpa.”
He’s been active in the coworking movement since the early days, he has the perspective of a coworking member, a space operator and a visionary as a founder of Deskpass.
Coworking Out Loud 015 – Kaya Lindsay of One Chick Travels on VanLife and Coworking as Unofficial Business School
Kaya Lindsay of One Chick Travels inspires me daily. A fellow member of the NextSpace Santa Cruz community, Kaya lives, works and travels in her Sprinter van, she climbs rocks like a rockstar, and she’s a savvy social media pro
Susan Dorsch, who co-founded Office Nomads, the longest running coworking space in Seattle, is a quiet giant of coworking (and a dear friend of mine).
I’m thrilled to have Susan as my first guest as the Coworking Out Loud Podcast